[EuroPython] Banners and Google

Jean-Marc Orliaguet jmo at ita.chalmers.se
Thu Feb 10 11:17:46 CET 2005


Stefano Masini wrote:

>
> Jean-Marc Orliaguet wrote:
>
>> it is possible to add the links on the front-page and hide them with 
>> some CSS markup which won't make any difference for robots.
>
>
> Yes, that is surely a good idea. It looks like a good solution.
> Let's just make sure that the html contains both the links and the 
> payoffs, so that the robots will be able to index properly.
> Something like:
>
> <div class="invisible">
>   <a href="www.site.com">Site, doing bla bla</a>
>   <a href="www.company.com">Company, the best in bla bla</a>
>   <a href="www.mywebsite.com">My web site, how cool I am</a>
> </div>
>
Hi,
thanks for the info

I've reorganized the scripts a bit. I've put all sponsors in a list 
(custom_get_sponsors.py set in Zope's ram cache) and there is also an 
invisible portlet on the front page under "contact information" that 
shows the content of http://europython-develop.zope.nl/custom_list_sponsors
(do a "View source" for instance)

/JM
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