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- what type of positioning to use?
- The Bicycling Guitarist
December 22, 2004, 4:00 am
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and use those for their descriptions of my site's pages. These nav features
are at the top of the XHTML content inside the <body>. Maybe if I move the
code for the navigation links moved to the bottom of the source code for the
page I'd get better descriptions in the pages that are listed? I'd like the
navigation features to still display visually at the top of the browser
I'm looking at positioning tutorials various places but I'm still confused
and the w3c site is all greek to me except for the validators that I use
My site is http://www.TheBicyclingGuitarist.net/ Most of the pages have the
nav features described. Let's take
http://www.TheBicyclingGuitarist.net/cats/index.htm as a specific example of
the current source code.
Re: what type of positioning to use?
Example? Since I see that you use description(s). (meta).
With Google the best matching piece of content is used, so if the nav part
has the best match, it will still be used.
No need to specify index.htm since that's the default. Don't refer to
index.htm in your links, use ./ instead.
(e.g. ../ranchero/index.htm => ../ranchero/, or since ranchero is at the
top level, just /ranchero/ )
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