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SuzieQ
09-15-2006, 05:46 AM
I'm currently running a search engine optimization program on my website before submitting it to search engines. All aspects of my site are ok, except for this one (copied from the SEO report) which is telling me I need to create a style sheet code in an external file and needless to say, being the newbie that I am...have no idea what this means or how to do it. Can anyone help? I'm sure you'll all being hearing from me often!

SuzieQ
www.casinoadvisoronline.com (http://www.casinoadvisoronline.com)

Your web page uses 2,310 bytes of style sheet code which makes it harder for search engines to index your page. Consider putting the style sheet code in an external file with the <link rel="stylesheet" href="mystyles.css" type="text/css"> command. The file "mystyles.css" should be a simple text file that contains only the style sheet code without any HTML markup. The next time your page is spidered by the search engine robots, the important content on your page will be closer to the top of the page, and you might have a better keyword density.

pemdas21
09-18-2006, 10:32 PM
all it is saying is that it wants the style information like what font family and where to put it in a seperate file like a .css bluevoda automatically puts the css in with the html, so just don't worry about it, it won't make all that much of na difference.

P.S. css means cascading style sheet