I'm posting some extremely long audio transcripts from 50 minute long radio recordings. I'm afraid that any search engine crawler will read these really long documents and treat it negatively because of keyword frequency or length.
I've researched and found that for a dialogue a
<dl> <dt></dt> <dd></dd> </dl> is recommended from http://www.sitepoint.com/markup-musings.., but it doesn't provide me the right formatting so I've used a
<table> instead. I'm wondering if there are any attributes or specific mark up I can use to help inform a browser that what it is looking at is a transcript of a recording?
My code basically looks like this, with no attributes describing the information. Any suggestions are welcome!
<table width="100%" border="0" id="blogposttable"> <colgroup> <col width="17%"> <col width="83%"> </colgroup> <tbody valign="top"> <tr id"#speakerName"> <td>Speaker name:</td> <td>What they said.</td> </tr> <!-- many more rows and columns following --> </tbody> </table>