I'm a lurker from Carleton (since I'm the only web designer here it's nice to be plugged in to a larger scene!) but we do have a standard header used on most pages.
Yes, we are putting it, in its entirety, first. Though there's not that much to it -- a few links and a search box.
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Thanks for the reply.
Are you using the university's header? If so, are you putting it, in its entirety, first?
On Apr 13, 2010, at 4:18 PM, Matt Ryan wrote:
> We typically use Header-Content-Navigation-Footer.
> -- Matt
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> From: "Ken Thompson" <[log in to unmask]>
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> Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 4:01:43 PM
> Subject: [CSS-DEV] HTML Source Code Ordering
> Hello Everyone,
> I wanted to know what order most of you were putting the elements of your website in the source code.
> Visually, website typically follow:
> However, I've found that having the content first is better for both accessibility and SEO.
> Do any of you practice this or something similar? What ordering do you use?
> Thank You!
> Ken Thompson