Well content is really just text and links. Styling doesn't count -
except in order to determine if you have text or links which are
hidden from the human visitor.
That said you can certainly engage in some serious black hat things
I'd suggest you don't do this kind of thing. With a bit of effort you
There too I'm quite convinced that with a bit of effort you'd likely
On Jun 2, 7:48 pm, masterleep wrote:
> On our site we serve different CSS files depending on browser
> detection, so we can work around CSS differences between different
> browsers. We serve robots a "generic" css. It does cause a minor
> difference in the HTML (the file name of the CSS includes "generic"
> rather than "firefox-2" or "ie-7"). The rest of the HTML is the same.
> Hopefully this is legit, but if not, how in general should browser
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