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    Unpaid WDF Intern TheGAME1264's Avatar
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    No, you don't. That's a dangerous precedent. Use absolute positioning when you have to.

    For the next element, add top padding of at least the height of your banner div, and probably about 15-20 pixels more to be safe. That will solve your issue.
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    SEs will indeed index non-displayed elements. and quite the opposite will not index javscript. this is why you need <noscript>



    EDIT: but is also why css dropdown nav is preferable to javscript dropdown

    while($get_it !== true){ continue; }

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    if you want the header image to scroll.
    use an image tag for the image


    div.header {
    position: relative;
    width: 100%;
    height: whatever;

    overflow: auto;
    }

    div.header h1 {
    display: none;
    }

    <div class='header'>
    <img src='images/my_image.gif' />
    <h1>text</h1>
    </div>

    while($get_it !== true){ continue; }

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorky View Post
    that is incorrect game.

    find this line
    Destin web design Fort Walton web design Pensacola web design website design by
    ****
    on this site
    www dot merrittglass dot com

    SEs will indeed index non-displayed elements. and quite the opposite will not index javscript. this is why you need <noscript>


    not my work, rather a competitor i have reported to no avail. but they are indexed and something i have to compete with on google for my area. they call it link stuffing and the fact that google does index it is why spam links are still an SE problem.


    EDIT: but is also why css dropdown nav is preferable to javscript dropdown
    That's why I used the phrase "has a tendency to". I guess I should have been more clear on that.

    When it can be detected, it can be dealt with (and some of it is dealt with...I've seen a case where a former client tried to hide text in a similar fashion, got busted for it, and then complained that it was his site and he could do what he wanted). They will also index links, etc. that can be activated using DHTML (or at least that they suspect can). It's a grey area thing. Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't.

    Much like the screen reader thing. Some screen readers read everything, some don't read visibility: hidden, some don't read display: none, etc.
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    One other thing: as far as the example you've cited is concerned, it's the title attribute of the link as well as the keyword-stuffed span tag. That might be what they're grabbing. It's still dirty and cheap (along with the practice of putting a link on a client's site), but there is a non-hidden-text potential explanation.
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    OK what?
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