Hi all. I recently re-did my site in xhtml/css and focused a lot on standards. It has already spanwed onto google, among others. The problem is that I coded in a display message for non-standards browsers (as they will get a text-only version) like so: <body> <!-- [[Start]] Web Standards Info --> <h1 class="hide">Welcome to HondaSwap.com</h1> <p class="hide">You are viewing an unstyled version of our website because your browser doesn't support certain web standards. We at HondaSwap.com recommend <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/releases/" title="mozilla">Mozilla</a> 1.6 browser or higher for viewing our site on a PC computer and <a href="http://www.apple.com/safari/">Safari</a> for the Macintosh. We support the <a href="http://www.webstandards.org/upgrade/">Web Standards Project</a> mission- Encouraging users to upgrade their browsers. For handhelds, pda's, cellphones, and other media, this text-only version of our site ensures accessibility to most areas of our website. Interactive portions, such as our forums and gallery, are best viewed with a browser on a computer.</p> <!-- [[END]] Web Standards Info --> <hr class="hide" /> <div id="header"> . . . </body> In search engines, it is pulling this in queries. A simple "enter my domain in google" yeilds the following results: http://www.google.com/search?&q=hondaswap.com Notably so, it's the first bit of text, and thus, the first details that are shown. What can I do about this? I want the message to stay up top- so that style-deprived devices and browsers see this message *before* the rest of the website. If I move it anywhere else, or give it a div with a position, it won't show correctly on non-styled browsers/etc. Am I stuck with these results from google?