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Search Engine CSS

From: Jonathan Chetwynd <j.chetwynd@btinternet.com>
Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2006 11:42:10 +0100
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Craig,

You might consider using RDF to describe navigation structure for the  
present, there is an RDF schema for GUIs here:
http://www.peepo.co.uk/temp/gui-schema

regards

Jonathan Chetwynd



On 5 Jul 2006, at 23:23, Craig Francis wrote:


I have recently been thinking about how search engine spiders index a  
website.

At the moment we can provide ways for the spiders to find the page,  
but I do not think its possible for us to tell the spider things like  
where the navigation bar is (as I think it should be indexed  
differently to the main content of the page).

I have written a fairly small document explaining how a future  
version of CSS could help present the documents structure and data to  
search engine spiders in a better way than their current guesswork  
methods.

It would be great if you can give me some feedback.

http://www.krang.org.uk/searchEngineCSS/


Sorry, for the use of an external link... at the moment I still want  
to be able to make changes to the document as people make comments or  
suggest changes.
Received on Friday, 7 July 2006 10:42:35 GMT

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