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- Douwe Osinga
July 8, 2003, 4:38 pm
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I would like to make my website as friendly as possible for mobile
devices and search engine bots. That is, I think that all the
important stuff should be at the beginning of the document, followed
by the navigation stuff.
I have a floating navigation menu on the right side of my page. It is
in a div tag like: <div style="float:right">content of menu</div>. If
I put this as the first tag of my page, it will appear where I want
it, on the right side of the page, the rest of the text floating
around it. If, however, I put it at the end of my text, it will appear
the bottom of the page.
How do I fix something like this? Also, is it possible to define the
whole menu structure at the top of the page at the bottom of the
Re: How to put important content first in html/xhtml
The basic technique is if you have something like:
There are more details of course: you will need to set widths, fiddle with
My site has several different style sheets, many of which use this
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