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September 23, 2004, 9:44 am
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their own sites or at other external sites? I'm wondering if there'd be
any advantage in using it or not? Example below:
<a title=search do I feel lucky? href=http://www.google.com>Google</a>
The <a title=> part isn't used for the site's title but actually the
I'm thinking of choosing a site and experimenting with it on the site
and off the site.
- Philipp Lenssen
September 23, 2004, 1:45 pm
Did Sam write the above (I have him kill filed)?
Where has he been the last year or so, we've discussed this multiple
times and there are newbies asking this question at least once a month
with the same response each time!
Hard to believe he's been subscribed to this NG for over a year!
Check Google Groups for an answer.
A search for-
seo dave title attribute
seo title attribute
will reveal all.
I use title="" on all the links shared on my sites - but _not_ SEO but
for accessibility reasons. Search engines don't seem to care if it is
there or not but some of the folk's, using/reading my sites, have
thanked me for sharing that touch.
So if wanting to get some of the 'sight impaired' individuals as
customers/clients or whatever, since that part of the web population
is growing, then consider slipping it in to help them in navigating
through the site ... but I haven't seen any evidence of it helping SEO
wise [on Google or on Yahoo].