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We are trying to condense all of the articles to one page and show them when clicked on.
Comments and suggestions?
Thanks in advance,
By putting everything on one page, you seriously limit the ability of Google (or any search engine) to focus on the "fine details" of the various articles. Also, you need to think through what will happen to a visitor who comes from a search and their search phrase is hidden by the default state of the page. And finally, beware of the total page size.
we use this technique extensively to display tabs that reveal specified content on large pages - saves scrolling, looks more profesh. no problem with getting spidered, indexed, or ranked.
I think the code we use is called tabpane: <url removed>
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[edited by: tedster at 6:26 pm (utc) on Sep. 17, 2006]
1. The user must keep the mouse hovering over the selected link. That is, there is no way with CSS alone to keep the change in display stable so the window can be scrolled.
2. IE6 does not support child selectors.
In terms of accessibility, according to my current understanding, a screen reader will still read the contents of div with a display:none CSS rule