__/ [Dustin] on Tuesday 30 August 2005 13:16 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> > It is considered to be spamming if done purely for the purpose of SEO.
>> Hiding of content is a feature to be designated for other purposes, e.g.
>> omission of site menu when printing. WordPress.org got banned because of
>> that. However, I ought to also mention that the same hidden text linked
>> to spammy content with AdSense on it. It's hard to tell what it is that
>> 'hit the sirens'.
> Well then, is there a tag that would work similar to the <acronym> tag
> (since I don't thing the acronym tag is appropriate here)...
<abbr title="explanation">word or acronym</abbr>
> ...that could
> give you this additional info in a pop-up text when you mouse over the
achieve this effect. You can extend titles, abbr and acronym using the more
appealing "Nice Titles" (do a Web search, I think it's from some guys in
MIT). You can extend the markup perhaps and do some hacking on Nice Titles
if you want something richer, but bear in mind that Nice Titles is based on
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