Originally Posted by manthu64
Thanking you all !!!
But still I didn't got the code.
ChipJohns good efforts by you. thanks. but that CSS code also not working. text-decoration:blink; is not working in IE. and also <BLINK> tag not supporting in IE.
I think without JS i wll not get the code. But problem in JS is SEO related.
Thanks once agin.
Blinking text is blinking text. You are not going to get html text to blink in IE..!
Not going to happen...
...as was stated earlier use an animted gif. You are concerned about seo.. Just
put the same text in the alt description in the img tag. or better yet don't add
blinking text to your web page... @;-)
I can see, possibly putting a *call to action* in blinking text for attention, but I
don't see what situation you will have to need to put *keywords* in blinking
text. (?) If, however you need to do this, and it best suits your visitor to do so,
then this should not yield to SEO. Just do it! Use the animated gif.
NEVER, NEVER,NEVER should seo be more important than visitor needs. If there
is a conflict between the two then one must be doing something wrong. Your
visitor ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS comes first.
I guess what you really need to ask yourself is why you want to make text
blink. Will it really have that big of an impact to motivate someone to take
I think that all of the experienced web developers here, AND the
marketing/advertising people will agree that it will not serve yo best to put
blinking or flashing text on your page. My professional advice would be to