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Is Your HTML Code Valid For The Search Engines?

Originally Published: September 23, 2003

  • Use simple tables in your HTML code and avoid overly nested tables, i.e. tables within tables within tables. Most HTML errors can probably be found in this area.

  • Move long JavaScript code to an external .js file. Search engines cannot read JavaScript code.

  • Use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to remove excessive usage of HTML font tags. Replacing font tags throughout a page with styles saves a significant amount of code and makes it easier for search engines to index your web page.

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