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Then the url's look like this
<a href="#" onclick="locate('page.php'); return false;">Send</a>
Is there any chance that a SE spider would be able to understand that
On a side not, I thought about putting all my css and js files in thier own dir and having a robots.txt file saying not to spider it. What would googlebot and other se spiders think of this? Would they think I was trying to spam with css colored text and such?
On the first part I don't think spiders will be able to follow the links.
I've recently removed my js and css directorys from my robots.txt dissallow because I found that it disabled cached copies in Alexa and Google. Links couldn't be followed and pages looked like heck. After thinking about it I figured there's no harm in allowing spiders to access them.