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Q: A web developer told me to stay away from java script dhtml tree menu if you want google to recognize your webpage.
Can you tell me how dhtml tree menu works for spiders?

How does the search engine stuff work?
A: Spiders can't read dynamically-generated Javascript code, so they can't read dhtml tree menu links.
Search engine friendly code means that you can add additional html code within your html page. You can generate such a code using DHTML Tuner GUI that you can find in the trial menu package. But if you'll use the dhtml tree menu without any additional html code, spider won't see menu links.





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