our company has a great design concept for an all flash website. i am worried what kind of problems we will face when search engines need to crawl our content.
what is a recommended method for going about this?
we would like to NOT have to develop an HTML version of each subcategory.
all subcategories will exist within the same flash movie on the same index (landing) page. the index page will never reload unless the user manually refreshes.
is there any way to have each subcategory's content exist for web crawling (perhaps within a site map) but have that page redirect to the index page (and most likely pass a flashvars to jump to a specific frame in the flash)?
If you have an all flash website, there isn't really any content for the search engines to crawl, so your SEO options are limited. This doesn't mean you can't do anything. Make sure you select appropriate
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