Man.. Korea still won’t come to terms with the internet. And for once I’m not talking about out of date Active-X crud….
the brilliant LIST MAGAZINE, which I suspect I’ve talked about here before, is a great way to push Korean literature to the world.
Until you look at the website in which everything is a graphic….
“Why,” you non-ex-webmasters ask, “would this be a problem?”
Because graphics can’t be searched by search engines and there are not ALT tags (the way you make graphic content searchable) on the site.
And a quick look into the code reveals no useful tags….
You have really nice site.. full of content.. that no one will ever find…
Maybe I’m wrong