Search engines and code pages

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I have lot of text that is "written" in a code-behind page, that is
transferred in a panel of another aspx page when the web page is requested
by the user and rendered.
Anybody knows if Google and other search engines are capable of reading code
pages for key-words, or they analyze only html/asp "fixed " pages ? Should I
include the text in the aspx page, maybe hiding the part not requested?

Thanks Max

Re: Search engines and code pages

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It all depends on where in the code you are putting the keyword tags.
If you use Internet Explorer, you can see exactly what the search
engines will see by bring up your web page and go to the View menu and
select Source.  This is the code that the web server sends back to the
web browser (and search engines).  If your keyword tags are in there,
then the search engines should pick them up.

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Not if they are in a JavaScript ...

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