To index a Silverlight application in a search engine, you need to make sure that the content within the application is accessible to search engine crawlers. Here are the steps to achieve this:
- Use descriptive URLs: Make sure the URLs for each page in your Silverlight application are descriptive and include relevant keywords.
- Use HTML pages: Create HTML pages that correspond to each Silverlight page and include relevant metadata such as page title, description, and keywords.
- Use Hyperlinks: Use hyperlinks within your Silverlight application to link to the corresponding HTML pages, allowing search engines to crawl the content.
- Use Sitemap: Create a sitemap that lists all the pages in your Silverlight application and submit it to search engines.
- Use server-side technologies: Use server-side technologies like PHP, ASP.NET, or Ruby on Rails to dynamically generate the HTML pages and metadata for your Silverlight pages.
By following these steps, you can ensure that the content within your Silverlight application is accessible to search engine crawlers and can be indexed by search engines.