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godonholiday says

Thanks for help, I think with my situation, having a load of clients come to me with theri own url, I am not going to have a redirect on the home page to www.theirdomain.com/keyword(s)

I am also not going to advise them to buy a new domain that has the keywords in it.

Thanks again.

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godonholiday says

Having a keyword in a domain name is always a good idea and it’s good for SEO .,

So why wouldn’t all sites have a few keywords in their domain?

Why would anyone choose a madeup name?

Envato for example?

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godonholiday says

Right, so at the minute I dont have anything on the homepage, it just redirects to the www.jimthebuilder.com/londonbuilder as soon as the page loads.

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godonholiday says

If I have a domain name: www.jimthebuilder.com will that give me a better google ranking than another builder who does not have the word builder in his name?

What if I have a home page, www.jimthebuilder.com that redirects the user to www.jimthebuilder.com/londonbuilder, will that increase my page ranking?

Anyone have any links that prove the rank value of url?

Thanks in advance for any help.

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godonholiday says

I put all of that between code and end code tags and still it didn’t work :-( Anyway, its all in an aside

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godonholiday says
<aside id="myaside"> </aside><img /> <ul> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> </ul> <p>hdhdhdhdhdhdhd</p>

When I just have the p tag, the text wraps around the image. This is the desired effect.

When I add an ul, they just keep going down in vertical alignment?

Cheers

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godonholiday says

Has anyone seen this done? Am I missing something?

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godonholiday says

Is it possible to have an ul in css wrap around an image?

I have an aside with an image loaded in and an ul list with square images for the points.

Thanks

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godonholiday says

When I did the video tutorials for PSDtuts, I never listend back to my voice. I hate it! I did over 100 videos! lol

But yes, a diet of code, no sun and headphones will make you start to sound like a geek.

BUT who cares, geek chic baby!

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godonholiday says
revaxarts said
If you really need to use an iframe start with this Item Switcher I really don’t recommend to use iframes at all

Thanks i’ll take a look, but I am working at an office and iframes are the order of the day.

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