wondering if search engine crawlers see pages with links to ajax calls (using jQuery + Asp.Net MVC) if they follow these links to index the content. I found this question, but I am wondering ...
I'm trying to set up some voting logic on my site, and have the vote result update without refreshing the site. I did some research and AJAX seems to be the way to go, but I can't find a good tutorial ...
I saw that Google had a nice proposal/standard for making Ajax applications crawlable, via #! (hash bang). http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2009/10/proposal-for-making-ajax-crawlable.html ...
Which is better and why? I can see where a site that works 100% in AJAX might optimize a bit better, due to not having to reload the page on each click. But I am a huge fan of the big submit button ...
I have a site that uses ajax calls to perform a number of functions. They have the webbrowser call back to a script - ajax.php. Though I use post data to transmit the data and limit the commands ...
Within my website I have a single page that dynamically updates via AJAX / JSON in a plain HTML page. Now this page may be left open for up to three or four days. When I left it running over the ...
While Google hosts this list and Microsoft hosts this one there are several files missing such as jQuery UI CSS. Where can I find a complete listing of all the resources offered for major AJAX CDNs, ...