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Re: Javascript affect search rankings?
From Inachu at Help Desk Club on 27 June '00
replying to Javascript affect search rankings? posted by Derek

I have not checked lately if they changed but infoseek used to skip anything after the <!-- --> tag alltogether.

I reccomend that you call infoseek and find out if they still consider
comment tags an EOF(end of file)

I know java script variables can be used as keywords on some search engines.



Inachu


>Our website's navigation is based almost entirely on javascript. Does anyone know if this will hurt our chances of being listed in the yahoo directory? Also, will this hurt our ranking with other search engines such as altavista, hotbot, excite, etc.? Thanks in advance.




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