Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> __/ [ John Bokma ] on Monday 13 March 2006 09:12 \__
>> David <seodave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> No, the iFrame content (the HTML page you'll have the image within)
>>> is not seen by spiders.
>> That's new to me, and I can't think of any reason why it can't be
>> seen, since I can write a spider in 10 minutes that has no problem in
>> doing so, I mean:
>> <iframe src="pages.html"
>> it's not that hard to follow such a thingy, and hence I doubt this
>> statement :-D. (WB BTW)
> I suspect that David may be right. I have just tested the following
> page for iframes indexing with Google.
> The outcome was negative despite the PageRank 2, which should have
> been sufficient to warrant indexing. I think a larger experiment is
> needed to confirm this...
Ok, I will see if I can set up an experiment. Out of curiousity. But
beware that what doesn't work today, might work tomorrow. Like I said,
it's not that hard to parse & handle an iframe.
Net::Google and Perl: http://johnbokma.com/perl/net-google.html