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- Catherine Jo Morgan
August 26, 2003, 3:53 pm
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content, or as a navigation bar. Either way makes it quick to update the
links. But both methods also seem to hide all the links from search engines.
Is there a solution that makes the links quick to update but also makes text
links visible in the html code, for search engines to follow?
I guess the other solution is a link to the site map, but that has to be in
the code too on each page or a page can still end up a dead end to an engine
What's the best solution? TIA
Catherine Jo Morgan
Iron & mixed media vessel sculptures
online artist journal: http://radio.weblogs.com/0120691 /
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August 27, 2003, 10:32 am
Re: text links on every page, easy to update - how?
Eric Jarvis wrote:
I know, I know - I'll set 'em up ....
no chance - I have a copy - still in its cellophane. I'm gonna leave it a
few years and get David Dickinson to flog it for me ;o)
believe me, if I could attract enough suitable work you would be among the
first to know.
<AD type="coals to Newcastle"> two hi-tech site builders seek work - details
available on request etc .... no job too big/small etc. good education
(well I went to a good school - it was approved) - all orders processed by
month end will include a FREE water feature.
think I'd better stop there ;o)
incidently, I did receive an enquiry this morning. the person went to a lot
of trouble to present a meaningful message on my contact form but gave (as
far as I can tell) a ficticous domain, mail address and phone number. I'm
used to getting nonsense when people are just trying out the site but not a
fully crafted contact note. Weird - I'll look again later - maybe it's a
brand new domain that just hasn't propogated yet.
William Tasso - http://WilliamTasso.com
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