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Since this is an AJAX application anyway, write the data into the pages separately from your escaped fragments. Users would generate two AJAX requests: GET /fragment?id=12345 that would contain the text and HTML for the screen with a placeholder for the data GET /data?id=12345 that would be the actual data to write into the screen (maybe the data would ...


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In my opinion, you shouldn’t serve different content for users and search engines; it’s called cloaking and as you most probably know, it’s a bad SEO practice. And even if you don’t want to manipulate search engines results, I think Google bots couldn’t make any difference; as you know, they’re only bots. When you say search engines wouldn’t care about fake ...


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Google does not reliably index text contained in JavaScript or CSS, even if it is visible to users on the page. I found out about the JavaScript part recently when I asked How can I get Google to index content that is written into the page with JavaScript? I also use text in css before on that site. If I search for the text that is in the CSS, Google ...


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While Google uses images as base64 encoded data URIs on its own SERP, it doesn't index such images on other websites. Thanks to @dan, who pointed me to the Google Groups discussion, where John Mueller explains this issue. It means too, that the question about the existence of EXIF data in such images isn't relevant. This explanation makes clear, to which ...


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The third graph (green - Time spent downloading a page) is worrying to me. It appears that around the date that you lost traffic, your website went from serving the page in a third of a second to almost 4 seconds. If just the page request took that long, than the all the images, JavaScript, and CSS could have easily pushed the page load time above 10 ...


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This happens when Google is re-fetching your website pages and trying to do in-dept analysis of your website. If you are not uploading the new content on your website then the problem is related to the code {PHP /HTML etc} of your website. Ask your developer to fix all the errors that Google has rectified. Google webmaster tool is now upgraded to advanced ...


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Google does not index data URI images for Google image search. Google's John Mueller says so here and in the comments below. Because data URI images are not indexed in Google image search, the EXIF data in them is irrelevant. You can verify that these images are not indexed. I searched Google images for "data uri" and spot checked the results. All of ...


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After Panda 4 update (May 2014), blocking css & js files will kill your seo. There is a nice case study here that shows how doing that can hurt SEO : https://yoast.com/google-panda-robots-css-js/ Nowadays Google wants to see your pages as same as users, so it is important to let him to see your client side scripts and style sheets.



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