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39 views

Display content using JavaScript only to Google bots

My company sells a Q&A solution for e-commerce sites. They basically have a button on their product pages that opens an iframe containing a forum with questions and answers. We would like the ...
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27 views

How to make content displayed in and iFrame crawlable?

My company sells a solution for doing Q&A for products on e-commerce websites. The client must add a div containing a link and some JavaScript on their pages, when the link is clicked, it opens ...
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17 views

Disqus “unable to load” during Google “fetch and render”

If you look carefully at the below image you can see the message "We were unable to load Disqus" ... Does anyone know how to fix this?
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43 views

How can I get Google to index content that is written into the page with JavaScript?

I have a website that focuses on charts and graphs. The graphs on the site are drawn using JavaScript, but contain keywords that I would like to have indexed. For example, here is a screenshot of ...
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26 views

no index no follow after page load

I have a component which makes a promotion "expire" after a certain date, when it expires I want to add a NO FOLLOW NO INDEX meta tag via JS. The question is would Google stop indexing this page as ...
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69 views

InstantClick effect on SEO?

InstantClick.io is a pretty awesome JS library that makes a website feel a lot faster (in most cases) by prefetching links when a user is hovering above them. This will cut off at least about 100ms ...
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413 views

Google indexing pages with #! although we don't have any

Our company has developed a Single Page Application using AngularJS and its routing. Google indexed our site decently with JavaScript but it did not index some pages very well so we have developed an ...
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52 views

SEO for dynamically inserted content?

I've reviewed other questions and answers, but none fit my use case. Frankly, I'm not even sure if I'm asking the right question. Here's my scenario: I work for an organization that is in the process ...
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53 views

How to SEO optimise Ajax/Json loaded images?

I am using Galleria.io on a website to display a gallery of images. In the database, the images have a title and description to properly explain what the image is. I load the images into galleria ...
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1answer
69 views

Implications of SEO for single page websites

I built a server application that handles bot requests for my website, which was built using AngularJS. It works great, but I'm not entirely sure if it's valid in terms of Google's policy for SEO. ...
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3answers
196 views

Is doing A/B tests using site redirection a bad practice?

I'm developing hotels websites here in Brazil. When the site is done, we do an A/B test with the old version to measure conversion and show to the hotel owner how good our site is. Due to the fact ...
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933 views

Lazy loading images and effects on SEO

We are using the following technique to lazy load images in our site: For all images we put in the src attribute a url for a default img (i.e. a loader) and put the actual image url in the data-src ...
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20 views

line monitoring of phonograms (songs) of radio [closed]

I need to create a monitoring system of phonograms (songs) of radio and television online through streaming so on, but my team and know the way to develop this monitoring system, I know there ...
2
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1answer
274 views

AngularJS SEO for static webpages (S3 CDN)

I've been looking into ways to improve SEO for angularJS apps that are hosted on a CDN like Amazon S3 (i.e. simple storage with no backend). Most of the solutions out there, PhantomJS, prerender.io, ...
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125 views

Will i18next affect SEO? What about screen readers?

I'm considering using i18next for translating text. But then it suddenly struck me; If labels / text is retrieved through javascript, won't that affect SEO? And what about screen readers for visual ...
0
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1answer
35 views

Is linked text searchable by crawlers?

I recently created a simple website for a web-app I made. The site and the app are both mobile oriented, so there is a limited amount of room for adding text content (I designed the interface to avoid ...
2
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2answers
155 views

Is changing HTML with JavaScript bad for SEO?

Building web apps I don't have to worry so much about SEO for back end things so dynamically changing the HTML isn't an issue. I am using backbone.js with a front end site I'm building and the site ...
3
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2answers
91 views

Can Google index pages that use framesets generated by javascript (document.write)?

I was tasked to check on why Google can't seem to index a client site properly. The site uses a framework given by client's parent company (so we can't use other framework). The framework use ...
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14 views

SEO for Backlinks Using JavaScript on a Third-Party site [duplicate]

We are currently implementing a widget that companies can put on their website. We give the publisher a script tag with the source pointing to a javascript file hosted on a CDN with the code they need ...
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51 views

Question about external JavaScript and SEO [duplicate]

I have a question about external JavaScript and SEO. Assume I have a site called example.com with and index page of: <html> <body> <div class='main-container'> <script ...
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1answer
471 views

Can I defer loading Modernizr?

I'm using an HTML5 template that makes thorough use of the semantic tags and includes Modernizr up top to do the necessary IE coaxing. Google PageSpeed is complaining about the blocking JavaScript and ...
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11 views

What's the best way to create a widget for blogs? [duplicate]

I'd like to let bloggers to embed my widget, but there is a problem: If I create a JS widget, or an iframe, I will not get any benefits from SEO. So, there is a smart way to let easly embed a widget ...
0
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1answer
86 views

Best practice for scroll-up web page

As was pointed out in a question asked earlier, Google will not recognize when the DOM is altered via JavaScript after initial page load to start at the bottom and scroll up rather than down. ...
0
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3answers
120 views

How does Google treat multiple page title matches from same site?

I have several non-duplicate page titles that match a search query, say for the query 'stackexchange': <title>John Smith Popular Content</title> <title>John Smith ...
5
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2answers
94 views

SEO & Return false on click event

I have a dropdown menu and I'm a trying to make it function more logically on touch devices, it currently following the link. On desktops the dropdown menu is displayed onmousehover and when the menu ...
2
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2answers
11k views

Do pop-up ads have a negative impact on SEO?

I was observing Google results for months to determine if pop-up ads have a negative impact on SEO. Regarding my observations, sites without pop-ups usually get ranked better. Actually, that doesn't ...
0
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1answer
96 views

Is it safe to manipulate with DOM (using JavaScript) to move up in the search results?

I have some text written for SEO purposes and it is located right after the opening body tag, so it is at the top of the page. That doesn't look great so this text is moved to the bottom of the page ...
2
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2answers
50 views

May site A or B get banned/penalized if from site A I use window.open to site B?

As many advertising systems open popups, I was wondering what if from my site A I make (randomly, I mean not every time) a window.open(B)? Could one of the sites get banned?
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1answer
21 views

Indexing a page in which the content is discovered in a map

We want to improve our site's SEO. The page is a GWT (javascript based) web page and its content is discovered through a map or a GPS. Now we have just a normal landing html page, and the map and ...
2
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2answers
225 views

How to do a JavaScript redirection to the same page without hurting my SEO?

I did something that does that when people land on my page for the first time, they get a JavaScript redirection to the same page, but with PHP $_GET URL queries, then this page redirect back to the ...
0
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1answer
50 views

Is it possible to have Google index one page with one URL and have it link to another URL?

We want to tell Google to crawl a content heavy page but list a link to a much more performant JavaScript version of the page. Is this possible? I.e. Give Google a sitemap, then put canonical tags ...
0
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1answer
64 views

What is the impact on SEO for having a div that is removed by JavaScript

What, if any, impact would there be for having a stripped down view of my content in a <div> that is quickly replaced by [a much richer view] via JavaScript? Would this be any different than ...
2
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1answer
331 views

Google follows JavaScript string as relative path - produces 404 error

This is my first question on here so I hope I'm not breaking any rules, but I have a problem: I have a site that uses an Adobe Site Catalyst for its online analytics. The suite supports tagging ...
2
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1answer
131 views

JavaScript loaded external content SEO

I wonder what is the best way to have Javascript loaded content indexed by search engines. I know that search engines don't execute Javascript, but I am thinking more of an progressive enchantment. I ...
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197 views

SEO impact of links for javascript functionality

For example, jQuery tabs uses a link as each tab, that opens the tabbed content. Or often times developers will use a link as the anchor text for a hover tooltip, even though it doesn't actually link ...
2
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2answers
192 views

Get google to index JavaScript pages as separate pages

I have a product page with say 10 products, that loads up all the content when the page loads. Then JavaScript hides content till a product is selected. Then JavaScript hides and unhides information. ...
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3answers
247 views

Importance of 'href' attribute within an <a>

I am aware of the 'content is king' seo rule, but I'm also wondering whether empty <a> HTML elements is a relatively big downside regarding SEO. To be more precise and actually cut to the ...
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1answer
208 views

Does adding live chat script to a website affect its SEO?

I have a client who has added a live chat script just before his /body tag. The live chat script uses WebSockets for communication with servers. However, it appears his SEO traffic decreased by a good ...
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1answer
570 views

Does adding external images or javascript to a website affect its SEO?

When adding images to your site, is it bad to use an image located on another site: <img src='http://www.some_other_site.com/image.jpg'> The same goes for javascript, is it bad to link to ...
3
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2answers
265 views

Will text that appears dynamically (via javascript/jquery) be indexed by search engines? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does the Google spider render JavaScript? I'm writing an article that is broken up into sections, where the content of each section is hidden unless the user expands ...
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1answer
218 views

How is the new Hulu not penalized for SEO?

I heard if you serve different content with Javascript disabled, search Bots can penalize you. I have been looking at the source of the new Hulu website and wanted to ask a few questions. I was told ...
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2answers
294 views

<!--hppage status=“protected”--> Bad for SEO?

I've just come across this protection code: <!--hppage status="protected"--> It hides the html and page code from anyone who wants to right click and view source. I can't see a work around to ...
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1answer
217 views

SEO - Google and link cleaning / cloaking [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Does the Google spider render JavaScript? This a SEO related question, not a code related one. Googles own link cleaning / cloaking Gå to http://www.google.com and ...
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votes
2answers
295 views

Will a search engine lower the rank of my page if i have hidden iframes?

As a praxis, all external content on our site is put in iframes to lower the risks of any external parties injecting stuff to our users. We also do it to make sure our content shows up before banners, ...
0
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1answer
1k views

SEO - Index images (lazyload)

Note:My question is not about Javascript. I'm developing a plugin for jQuery/Mootols/Prototype, that work with DOM. This plugin will be to improve page performance (better user experience). The ...
4
votes
2answers
204 views

Is making AJAX site crawlable AND degrading gracefully with JS turned off possible?

According to this spec, making AJAX site crawlable by Googlebot means that you have to use hashbang (#!) links in it which means it won't degrade gracefully when JS is turned off. This might mean that ...
0
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1answer
251 views

Does google see the output of document.write? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Will JavaScript (document.write) content be indexed by search engines? I've got a site where people can list machinery for sale. Each item for sale has it's own dynamic ...
5
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4answers
485 views

Will JavaScript (document.write) content be indexed by search engines?

I have an external JS file embedding some content inline in a web page. Basically it just does a document.write("my content") via a script tag and loaded externally with the src attribute. Any ...
5
votes
1answer
864 views

How to SEO Optimize JavaScript Image Loader?

I am building an image-centric catalog website. It catalogs collectible gaming cards numbering 100,000+ pages. There are competitor sites receiving millions of hits each month, so with the possibility ...
0
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3answers
164 views

Can google “see” this custom javascript code which displays links from an external site to mine

I have a javascript code on my site who displays links from another site. This is what I have on my source before: <script language="JavaScript" ...