How to deal with 100% framed content in a website?

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  1. saviourdlima

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    What should be done when you find a website that is 100% framed content? I want to know this because I am soon going to launch a site that has an IDX-like content. I would like to get your valuable inputs on how to make the site with framed content more visible in search engines. Should I concentrate on the restricted single-page code that was used to make header and Meta tag? What can I do to get noticed by search engines? I was recommended to have a single index page franking the site. But I feel I should create one more navigation with text content pages. Is it appropriate?
     
  2. Fergal

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    Re-create the site without the frames. That may not be the answer you are looking for, but frames are bad for your search engine listings. Is there any particular reason why the website concerned needs frames? I'd imagine not, so unless there is a compelling reason for frames, get rid of them.
     

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