Say I have a website that lists items and presents them in clickable blocks with a few details, like this:
<a href="/product/1234"> <img src="/product-1234.jpg" /> <div class="price">$25</div> <div class="reviews">10 reviews, 90% satisfied</div> <div class="title">Vintage red pantaloon</div> <div class="availability">6 available</div> <div class="shipping">Ships in 3 days</div> </a>
The idea being that the block contains a prominent title and some secondary details, all arranged on a thumbnail image used as background, but the whole block should be clickable and link to the item page.
Of course human users would mostly see the prominent title, but I suppose that for a search engine, the anchor text of this link would be something like
$25 10 reviews, 90% satisfied Vintage red pantaloon 3 available Ships in 3 days (...woulnd't it?). And I'd rather have search engines associate this link specifically to
Vintage red pantaloon and not all the text from secondary details.
Is it possible to have specific parts ignored from search engines in the anchor text, or tell them to give more weight to some text that should be considered as "primary"?
(Or maybe there's no need to worry about that?)