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    Question template code on top of all pages
    I realized that the template code is always on top of my source code pages followed by the unique content code for each individual page. As it is known that stronger emphasis is placed on the code near the top I wonder if the spiders finding the same code towards the top of each page plus the code with the emphasis on specific keywords being on the lower part has an affect. Any thoughts?

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    Life is Supposed to be Fun! Rexanne's Avatar
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    Duh ... dunno - all I know is the title of a page makes a big diffference in SEO. In theory, you would certainly want the most targeted description and keywords in each page title, not sure about top or bottom or middle of pages.

    Maybe it's just me but the rest is too confusing to contemplate. This isn't one of my better subjects. Anybody else? I'm sure someone here knows ...

    BTW - Hi Ron. Happy New Year!
    Last edited by Rexanne; January 3rd, 2006 at 02:49 AM. Reason: Afterthought. ;-)
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    What I believe isn't...
    "As it is known that stronger emphasis is placed on the code near the top"

    But rather...
    "As it is known that stronger emphasis is placed on the text near the top"

    So I'd say it depends what all is in that code at the top you're talking about.

    Always good to review the content and technical guidelines when these questions come up:
    http://www.google.com/intl/en/webmas...uidelines.html

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    You could always use CSS to put the most important stuff at the top of the code and then place it whereever you want.
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    I wonder if google still views and works on the first 100K or so of a site page. And that is not done on all pages. (My "listed but not indexed" frequent rant.)

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