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boyerart@aol.com
03-12-2008, 09:56 PM
Hello: I am trying to submit my web site to the search engines via bluevoda and on the readiness report it says my page has java blocks in it:
WARNING: The page uses JavaScript blocks.

The use of JavaScript blocks affects the proximity and density of your search terms. If you have JavaScript embedded in your page, all the search terms that fall below the JavaScript block will have less proximity and the more JavaScript on the page, the more diluted the density of your search terms are.

There is an easy workaround for this issue. Simply place your JavaScript code in remote files. An example is as follows:

<script language="JavaScript" src="yourscript.js"></script>

Then place the JavaScript in the 'yourscript.js' file.

How do I recognize, java, what is it? How do I remove it? Any info would be appreciated.

Best, Reed Apaghian
www.paintedfinishesdesign.com (http://www.paintedfinishesdesign.com)