Robert Oxley, of the Tax Payers’ Alliance, said: ‘Taxpayers expect parliamentarians to spend time making laws and scrutinising the government, not trawling dating websites.’ A Parliamentary spokesman said more than 5,000 people had access to its computer network. The owner of Out Of Town Affairs told The Mail on Sunday: ‘That’s a lot of hits.
It’s got to be more than one person going on the site from Parliament.
4- Make Your Navigation System Search Engine Friendly.
Search engine robots need to find all the pages in a site.
Java Script and Flash navigation menus cannot be read by search engines for instance.
A website used by married people to have affairs was accessed hundreds of times a day by MPs, peers and their staff, it has been revealed.Out Of Town Affairs was clicked on more than 52,000 times in seven months from computers at Parliament – more than the websites for the Treasury, Ministry of Justice and the Department for Education.