Page content layout

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Page content layout
« on: 10-27-2011, 03:21:51 »
Would anyone like to comment.....

Tables and their layout:

Having the main content in the body of the page and the links menu to the left is common practice and looks perfectly acceptable. As practiced though this layout has the inherent problem of presenting the links to the engines first and the important text content of the page second. This means that the text content of the page will assume a secondary importance in the eyes of the engines. The effects of this can be mitigated by using related keywords and phrases plentifully in the links themselves, however a better way is to realign the table internally so that the text content is presented to the engines before the links.

If this is thought to be the case, and it is impractical to redesign the whole page to prove this, perhaps more (and more) text with a proper ratio of keywords can be used to overcome the left hand navigation column links weighting?

Or maybe the left hand nav. column should be emptied and all navigation set within the main text??

Interesting or stupid?



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