Thanks for reading.
I have a website that has lots of complicated diagrams with texts.
Kind of like this:
The diagrams are all created in Photoshop. e.g. Photoshop TEXT layers are placed above bitmaps. Then exported to JPG and placed on the website.
The thing is, if I display my diagrams on my website in this fashion, then the robots can't see all of the rich keywords that my diagrams actually contain. (there are often thousands of words per diagram)
So basically, I need a method to put pictures on my website -- the textual contents of which is readable by the search engines.
I don't know much about flash.
But last month I did a website with a short Flash movie, and I noticed that Google was indexing some of the words that were IN the flash movie.
So this got me thinking...
Google seems to have some ability to read the words in a flash file.
Hence, if I were to somehow export my diagrams to a Flash file (instead of rendering to JPG) then I can achieve my goal -- e.g. Google will see the text of my pictures (and not just the picture itself)
Can someone give me a lead on how I might accomplish this?
Would I have to open up my Photoshop file in a Flash program, and then just export as an FLV file?