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You can get the same results of an iframe using a div. Use something like this in your css for the div styling:
width: 400px; height: 400px; overflow: auto;
Looks exactly the same as an iframe but is SEO-friendly. That would essentially create a box 400×400 with a scroll bar for any text that exceeds 400px in height.
I haven’t used the technique in a while, but I know I have used it in the past and it worked. Good luck!
I appreciate the reply. That WAS the problem! I didn’t know WordPress defaulted to the "I would like to block search engines" option. The noindex, nofollow was killing me. At least that has been the case with my last 3 wordpress installs. Thanks for the quick fix and for calling out my stupidity. It’s always something so simple… yet we think it’s some vast problem. I’ve seriously gone crazy with SEO stuff trying to fix this problem. YES!!!