Wade Preston Shearer
lists at anavidesign.com
Tue Mar 29 09:48:04 MST 2005
I have a client that I am working with that is very concerned about
SEO. Their concern mostly revolves around insisting that some specific
text is on the page so that the search engine can pick it up. Getting
the design that they want done in HTML text will be very difficult
however (this is a rare case however where it would actually be more
appropriate for the text to be a graphic).
So, I thought, couldn't I just put whatever text that they wanted the
search engines to pick up in a hidden element? Does anyone know if
elements with visibility set to hidden are read by search engines? If
they do, then it would be a good solution. It would also lead to easily
cheating though (as was done several years ago when meta tags were
misused) and would lead to the search engines eventually ignoring them
(again, as with meta tags).
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