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    HTML vs Flash as Website Builder

    Comparing to Flash when websites are built with HTML they becomer more SEO friendly. Additionally by this way websites with HTML have the chance to improve thier rankings. Also this kind of websites can run in mobile environment, which is a pretty good advantage as today many internet users browse internet by mobile applications. Doing changes in HTML are also easier than Flash, in HTML one can edit the website with text editör and in Flash this can be done by Flash CS6. According to these chooising HTML instead of Flash as website builder is more wise and attractive for webmasters.

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    ???

    Do you have any question or problem? Do you need any help with html?

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    Flash sites look cool but rank terribly on search engines. Flash is outdated now if you ask me.

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    HTML is better than Flash due to the following reasons:-

    - HTML is SEO friendly.
    - HTML have more control over the structure of a website.
    - Flash website takes more time to load.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honey497 View Post
    HTML is better than Flash due to the following reasons:-

    - HTML is SEO friendly.
    - HTML have more control over the structure of a website.
    - Flash website takes more time to load.
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