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building site using tiles and its search effects

 
Skanda Raman
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I have requirement to build a new site. I want to use tiles framework to do this.

While using this framework, will there be any effect in indexing pages by google search.

For instance my index page of website will have tile inserts and all subsequent pages will be in includes directory. Now when i search google, will these pages be indexed for search.

I have around 25 main include pages in my site. Can i go for tiles framework. Is it good to consider this framework for so less pages.

Please let me know.

 
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Tiles has absolutely nothing to do with anything seen on the client side.
 
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Thanks David for replying.

Can you please eloborate the answer.

Actually my doubt was will Google index/add all my sub pages/include pages when i enter my website url for it to index.

So that if i enter xyz term in google, will it shows the page/link available in my site. I was clear about this while developing static html/jsp pages. But now i am using tiles.

Please excuse if this is very basic question.

 
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There's nothing to explain--Tiles has nothing to do with anything seen on the client side. Tile processing is done on the server side--all the client sees is the generated HTML.
 
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