First, I'm very new to this AJAX stuff and I'm putting things together with Dreamweavers new Spry widgets. They had a great demo of dynamically updating a page using an xml file. Their demo page is here http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/s...cts/index.html
I got it working fairly easily for what we want to do but I'm not sure how readable the page is. By utilizing the xml file for data, my page is pretty much completely blank (when you view the source) for spiders. This makes it a not very attractive option for us. Here is our test page: http://www.continentalwindowfashions.com/spry-fun3.html
So my question, are xml files readable when used in this manner? I know the general rule of thumb is that if you can't view it in the source, the spider can't read it but I didn't know if maybe I was missing something or there was another approach that we could take to be able to use these dynamic possibilities.