__/ [wizzzer@xxxxxxxxxxx] on Tuesday 13 September 2005 09:26 \__
> I read some stuff about SEO and they advise not to use tables, frames,
> and graphic links. Then how do I format the web page so that it
> professional and visually well-designed?
Tables: use divs instead. Table-based layout is passe _unless_ you actually
use it in its proper, standard-tight manner, which is to represt a table of
To exchange frames: use server-side instantiation of menus. Do not make
menus a separate page, ever.
Graphic links: use text if possible. This saves bandwidth, caters better for
browsers that are text- or voice-based (exception: the alt attribute),
allows text to be scaled (text size in image is immutable), etc. (plenty of
literature on this)
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