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Google And Iframes

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by zerodtk, Aug 4, 2011.

  1. zerodtk

    zerodtk Regular Member

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    Hey there,

    Here's a quick question for you...

    I'm currently setting up a webshop, with 1 main page and 13 sub-domains for each category. The main page is a static php / html page while the other 13 are all wordpress blogs

    after 2 days of coding, i couldn't make my main index page display the latest products from all 13 subpages, since if you load the wp-load.php from the first blog, it will affect all the other categories, so only the first category will display

    a few hours ago, i realized that if I use iframes for the latest product scripts, I can make them load and display with no problem.

    however,
    if i look at the source of the main page, it shows the source .php file inserted into the code, not the content itself

    but, viewing the page in a browser shows everything with no probz at all.

    here's the question...
    can google see what really happens in an iframe? or, can it crawl the products from the iframe itself?

    actually I will create a full sitemap to gather all the products from all 13 pages, but i'm not sure if iframes are still a good idea to use

    what do you guys think about this?

    thanks in advance and warm regards,
    z
     
  2. milian

    milian Power Member

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    no, google will not see whats in the iframe