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Search Engine Optimization => On Site Optimization => Topic started by: WendyK on 05-09-2010, 11:59:19

Title: Changing Website templates
Post by: WendyK on 05-09-2010, 11:59:19
Hi everyone I'm changing from my basic HTML and CSS game design site into using Dreamweaver.  I'm just wondering how will such a big change effect my SEO?  I'm sticking with the same text content.
Title: Re: Changing Website templates
Post by: cookiemonster on 05-10-2010, 03:14:37
Dreamweaver is a web editor it's not an actual technology ? Are you sure you know what you're talking about ? You can use dreamweaver to code HTML/CSS, PHP or whatever else you want it still only produces what you use it for.

If you still don't get it, dreamweaver is a more powerful notepad  :P
Title: Re: Changing Website templates
Post by: Sevam on 05-14-2010, 03:01:55
I know one more powerful notepad for professional web-masters:
1st JavaScript Editor (yaldex.com).
But there is no WYSIWYG.
Title: Re: Changing Website templates
Post by: jzyk on 07-27-2010, 20:04:31
you are just changing template, I don't think this would have much effect on your seo
Title: Re: Changing Website templates
Post by: Samual007 on 02-14-2011, 22:29:36
if you are changing template, if will not give any effect to your seo!!!!
Title: Re: Changing Website templates
Post by: etiergjt on 03-18-2011, 05:29:44
Dreamweaver is a web editor it's not an actual technology ? Are you sure you know what you're talking about ? You can use dreamweaver to code HTML/CSS, PHP or whatever else you want it still only produces what you use it for.

If you still don't get it, dreamweaver is a more powerful notepad  :P

yes,he may said using dreamweaver to code his site
it effect nothing if you pay attention to title,h1 h2 tag and meta tag
Title: Re: Changing Website templates
Post by: electra on 12-13-2011, 07:07:33
I tried Dreamviewer, and i think it produced bigger code, but i think modern Search engines can extract the right content. I would try it for 3 months what it will do for you.