__/ [ Borek ] on Monday 24 April 2006 00:48 \__
> On Mon, 24 Apr 2006 01:24:10 +0200, T.J. <no1@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Following on from my post about how Google sees <br>
>> I put a test page up to see the best seo code to display
>> Keyword 2
>> when you want them on separate lines.
>> The page is here,
>> All the words are nonsense words so as to track
>> results easily.
>> The test shows that <br> <p> <div> all create
>> white space, which is neither seen as a space or
>> not a space by Google.
>> There is also one bit of code that gives the
>> desired result.
> Could you elaborate? It is either too late for me, or you are not clear
> about what you have checked.
He wants to see if there is a reason to avoid or encourage the use of <br />.
I think that <p> and <div> are merely appendages that are easily addable to
the same SEO experiment.
Subject: line breaks?
Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2006 20:34:28 +0100
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| How does Google read a line break <br>?
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