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March 30, 2007, 12:44 am
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http://toptenlist.bubblezine.com . The sites have blog-like content that I
update often by hand, and then have to fiddle with the menus to update the
that did document.write(..) HTML for my menus, would google and yahoo still
index all my pages? My provider does not allow Server Side Includes so I'm
to old blogs/pages. So it would be like I'm generating HTML links into my
page instead of cutting and pasting them which is what I do right now.
Thanks in advance.
general. You are expecting that the search engine spider will execute your
is asking for trouble IMHO.
There must be a better way (like library items in Dreamweaver)?
Google or any other SE has no problem with PHP, ASP, or any other server
side language, as long as the content type is something the bot can read,
eg. text/html. There is can be an issue, however, with long querystrings,
or pages that might get a bot caught in a trap (calendars come to mind).
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