I'm building a website for someone who has an inventory of over 25,000+ parts with very specific part numbers that are all stored within a MS SQL database.
So would it be a good idea to copy and paste the entire database and put it within the index.html homepage but use CSS to make it invisible?
After copying and pasting each item on the webpage like below, I would be set in CSS code to display:none; so the website visitors won't be able to see the ugly data about thousands of individual parts below but Google's search crawlers will:

FEDERAL STOCK NUM, SPECIFICATION NUM, NATIONAL STOCK NUMBERfederalstock1......specificationnum1...NSN1. ...............federalstock2......specificationnum 2...NSN2................federalstock3......specifi cationnum3...NSN3................federalstock4.... ..specificationnum4...NSN4................federals tock5......specificationnum5...NSN5............... .My whole idea here is each federal stock number, all 25,000 of them are completely unique and a Google search for a particular federal stock number will land you on a page of the competitor websites.
Is it a good idea to copy/paste this corporation's entire inventory but make it cosmetically invisible to visitors via but CSS?


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