From: Torsten Neuer (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Dec 02 1999 - 01:08:13 PST
Peter Bisset wrote:
> There is a simple way to do this and it will work for all robots.
> Simply make sure you include all the URLs that your page creates inside a <noscript> ... </noscript> section after your <script> ... </script> section.
> Two benefits -
> 1. works for browsers without js
> 2. lets robots index the page
> I do exactly this and it works a treat.
(and also not work in all cases) for document contents (which is what
If content is created with document.write(), then you'll get quite an
in the file sizes as they will get twice as big.
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