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Google and Frames

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Asked Google what it knew about "Clinton Bush charts". After only a
few days up was delighted to see my site on the first page of results.

Delighted until I clicked on me. Website said, in its entirety,
"Select topic (above)".

That's a sensible page to load into a frame when there's a menu above
that needs a choice. Why Google thought it was the gateway to my site
is a mystery.

If you don't use frames, this isn't an issue. If you use frames,
<script>if (self === top) window.location = 'the.real.top';</script>
Jul 9 '08 #1
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Asked Google what it knew about "Clinton Bush charts". After only a
few days up was delighted to see my site on the first page of results.
Must be a differnet Google then. On mine your not even on page three...
Delighted until I clicked on me. Website said, in its entirety,
"Select topic (above)".

That's a sensible page to load into a frame when there's a menu above
that needs a choice. Why Google thought it was the gateway to my site
is a mystery.

If you don't use frames, this isn't an issue. If you use frames,
Well, perhaps you shouldn't.
<script>if (self === top) window.location = 'the.real.top';</script>
And your visitor has JS enabled... Anyway, what is the relevance of your
observations for this NG?

Gregor
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