I was just curious if anyone else had thought about this?
along this line of thinking, I noticed that in hte preview versions of Edge, you added the "text" of the animation directly into the web page your animation was in. Now, it is all kept outside of hte page. Great for ease of uese but what about SEO?
Again, just curious - I could see some VERY DIFFERENT web pages being created this way! :-)
If you use the File > Publish > Web > 'Publish as Static Html', then you get SEO friendly pages.
I must have overlooked this!
I created a banner for a website and since it contains good keywords, this is a great feature!
I should add that using the Accesibility element property (Title/Tab Index) will also assist in your SEO quest when used with the Publish as Static Html.