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Is it true that using frames makes it harder for search engines to properly index my site
I think it is true, but I can assure you that what I say is the case. I think a SEO Expert might help you.
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Yes. Using frames in your website design makes it harder for search engines to properly index your site. In fact, in the early days of search, Inktomi and AltaVista ..
In my stint with the Dreamweaver lessons in the olden times, I remember the instructor telling us about the 3-frame layout. It can be ½ of the webpage on the left or top and the remaining half is segmented in two. It’s actually dividing the webpage into 3 frames which has an area of ½ and the 2 frames have an area of ¼. When you divide the home page into, let’s say 10 frames, I don’t think it is search engine friendly because the frames have to be evaluated one by one. And I have been seeing home pages now with only 2 frames that maybe is a better way of being friendly with the search engines.