Improve SEO: How to Use Frames, iFrames, and Popups


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Working with frames, iframes, and popups

There are good reasons to use frames, iframes, and pop-ups, but you need to understand the problems from an SEO perspective. There are really two problems with these things. First, as we saw with PDF and Flash files in the previous video, files designed to be placed within frames can end up orphaned, appearing in the search results outside of the navigational context they were designed for. Secondly, each framed or pop-up page represents an opportunity cost; you're reducing the number of nicely optimized pages you'll have in your web site.

Frames allow web designers to put several pages into a web browser at the same time, one for the title bar, one for navigation bar, one for content for instance. Clicking an entry in the nav bar frame could change the page in the content frame. They can be useful, but they caused problems from an SEO perspective. There are really two problems: First, framed pages can get orphaned, just as we saw Flash and PDF files being orphaned in the previous...

Working with frames, iframes, and popups
Video duration: 4m 6s 1h 47m Intermediate Updated Sep 09, 2015

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Working with frames, iframes, and popups provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Peter Kent as part of the Analyzing Your Website to Improve SEO

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