If you’re doing SEO on a site with thousands or tens-of-thousands of pages, it’s likely you’re working with some sort of content management system (CMS). However, CMS systems frequently cause problems with search engines. The great majority of the time these problems arise through ignorance on part of the CMS software developers. Basically, if the developers are not familiar with how search engines work, they may use coding practices that are not intended to be deceptive, but could be perceived that way by a search engine.

One technique used by many huge sites is to pre-load code, navigation or content in the background so that it can be dynamically displayed as needed. The most common technique for accomplishing this is through the use of the CSS display: none attribute. This article will look at the display: none attribute in detail.

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