Since SWISH-E reads META tags, even "bad" html will not prevent "good"
indexing of frame-based pages. If you have SWISH-E setup to index META
tags, then your problem is non-existent. Obviously, page composition that
does not include provisions for older browsers, or non-visual browsers, is
critical in a commercial environment. But having SWISH-E read META tags
instead of body content is a better all-around solution in terms of search
engine indexing -- regardless of browser considerations -- because your
META tags will hopefully contain only relevant keywords and descriptions,
thus improving users' search results in ways that no other method can produce.
All the best from,
Ventura Blvd on the Web
"It's Virtual Ventura Blvd." -the L.A. Times 6-23-96
At 01:38 AM 5/13/99 -0700, you wrote:
>If SWISH doesn't handle the frame element itself, then my only suggestion is
>to write better HTML. If you use <frame>, be sure to use <noframes>, also.
>That would make the site more accessible to non-visual browsers (e.g.
>visually impaired and blind users) as a side effect.
>World Wide Web - http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Lab/1652/
>Home Computer - http://illusionary.tzo.cc/
>Page via mail - email@example.com
>ICQ Universal Internet Number - 412039
>E-Mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Received on Thu May 13 08:12:44 1999