As you probably know, search engines do not read dynamic on demand fetched content but the static source of the page. That is why the answer to your question depends on the scenario of tooltipifying you have used:
- if you are loading the content on demand (by using AJAX or WebService) the initial source will not contain the tooltips' content and it will not be read by the search engine. More general information about SEO and AJAX is available on the net, e.g below:
- if you have separate RadToolTips with static content hard coded into it, they will be rendered initially on your page but with display:none. How the search engine will accept this depends on itself and on the content the tooltip contains but in most cases this does not cause problem. More about display:none and SEO is available on the net, e.g below:
Another option is to use a link which opens a RadWindow with an external page loaded with the desired content - this will solve the space problem and will add links between different pages in your application.
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