Also, Lycos does the same thing.
>Exite states on its "how to get listed" page:
>"...your site uses frames, which our spider doesn't index. Using frames allows a Web author to create several windows within the
>main window of a Web page. We suggest creating a NOFRAMES section that
>describes the page. Our spider can access the text in the no-frames
>section and thus index your site."
>My question is:
>In your opinion, could one use a frame set on their lead pages such that one of the frames is negligable ie.
>FRAMESET COLS="1,*" FRAMEBORDER=0 FRAMESPACING=0 BORDER=0, then go about creating a nice relevant page on the main frame and then jam the noframes section full of 10 times the relevant material to increase the relevance on Excite and Webcrawler?
>I'm not talking about spam words, just sheer volume of content... which seems to be what a lot of engines are starting to go after.
>I know this does'nt look all that great for non-frame browsers, but it may be worth it.