Getting framed site prepped for SE'sFrom Karen at Scentagious
on 29 June '00
This message board is a great service and I thank all in advance.
My fragrance store will go live in a day or two. It's a framed site, and I am in the process of adding meta tags to it's 250+ pages.
The alphabetical browse buttons take you to thumbnails of the fragrances in that category, which each lead to a product page.
I have completed meta tags in the frameset and the thumbnail pages, and today will begin work on the individual product pages.
I like and do not wish to abandon my frame design, yet I am aware of the challenges frames place on getting a decent search engine placement.
I would appreciate anyone who could take a look at my frameset page and offer any critique or ideas to improve what I have there. I have used noframes tags including my primary keywords and links to my main pages for the robots to follow. I plan to individually register each of my product pages with the search engines, and include target="_top" links on them so anyone entering that way will be sent into my frames upon clicking a link.
Am I on the right track? Thank you for any suggestions.