Sometime around 25/5/10 (at 07:36 -0400) pixelart said:
Does anyone know if there is a way of preventing Google search/cache
from showing the css menu in its results?
Try giving the page a description meta tag, and try shuffling the CSS
menu item backwards so it comes after the regular text content in the
More importantly, try creating a custom h1 style and using that to
set that first info line (currently set as a graphic); “the
restoration studio for oriental art on paper and silk”. This is
crying out to be used for SEO!
You could also make good use of a custom H2 style for the first
sentence in the main paragraph, although it would then have to be a
separate para on its own. These changes would give the page a clear
semantic structure that would indicate to Google what are the key
bits of textual info.
Also the Google results heading which is derived from the page title
tags is not leaving a space between Restorient and Japanese even
though there is a pipe bar between them
Not sure. Perhaps you need to use a different character? A dash,
maybe - something that Google doesn’ty treat as essentially null and