Cached page in search engines.

  • edawg
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi, 2 questions :P ,

1) Is there a way you can get robots/spiders to ignore a certain part of a webpage, I know you can have them not follow or index pages, but can you use it on some content within a page.
The reason is, my listing in the search engines is displaying the navbar links in the actual description for my website?, anyway to stop that?.

2) Also, when I view the Cached page, it looks terrible, and only looks good when I view page as it is?.

Thanks :)
  • meman
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Post 3+ Months Ago

1. You could include the content you dont want spidered within a frame, and the page in the frame should have meta tags telling bots not to spider the page. That way users will see the content, but bots wont.

2. I don't think thats a question. But the reason is because google dosn't cache anything other than source. So if you use an external .css file this will not be included in the cache version. (i believe)
  • pspdownloads
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Post 3+ Months Ago

if your site has some keyword containing description, search engines will list it in their index and not your navigation bar.

you dont need to bother about the cache.

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