Nicely done Miceal, interactivity gives a site some pizzaz methinks. Would love to see your capx. Any advice would be really appreciated mate. How did you do full page etc.
Megatronx, I don't mean a splash page. I have whipped up a test site just to test out the idea, its basic with one link (which I have to try and figure out how to open outside of the iframe), but works.
I basically mean the front page which offers navigation to the rest of the site. So you may not get hits from google to this page, but it would look nice for clients.
Why would google penalize you if the content is there?
Can you offer up any other non coding options for this sort of functionality?
In the "old days", when search engines indexed mostly by text content, people would "hide" text (by color usually) at the bottom of the site. Usually the text had nothing to do with the site, which is why it was hidden; However, this caused pages unrelated to searches to show up - that's why it's penalized. Rule of thumb: If Google can determine that the reader can't see it, then it doesn't either. ;)
I'm always a fan of hybrid solutions. Like flash, people will try to create websites with Construct 2 regardless, so here are some ideas:
Idea 1 - I think it was already alluded to, but if you design your HOME page in HTML as normal, then that would help with CEO to some degree. You can then have a link to enter the Construct 2 designed site (like a landing page I guess).