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Form Text Area and search engines

Posted on 2006-06-09
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Hi, if I use a form text area on a page and enter default text in to it will this be used by search engines?
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ashishjvw earned 50 total points
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Yes it can be read !

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ASHISH T.
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Thanks ASHISH T.
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