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When you use an iFrame you actually open a "window" of another domain. This is like browsing through different websites. If you add a resource (a font file for instance) on the page that host the iframes slider, you cannot manipulate the iframe to use that font. (think of it - you can do iframe to any website in the world, even to Google); If you add the ...


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You don't need to use an iframe. This tracking code is for universal analytics. There are a few ways you can push this into Google Analytics: 1) Trigger an Event on submit You can use Javascript for this or jQuery $('#button').on('click', function() {ga('send', 'event', 'button', 'click','Form Completed');}); 2) Trigger a Virtual Pageview on submit ...


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Google say of iframes: Google supports frames and iframes to the extent that it can. Frames can cause problems for search engines because they don't correspond to the conceptual model of the web. In this model, one page displays only one URL. Pages that use frames or iframes display several URLs (one for each frame) within a single page. Google tries to ...


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A while back, I wrote an article about cloaking on the Internet. http://snapwebsites.com/journal/2012/06/snap-seo-what-cloaking-and-why-search-engines-do-not-it Maybe that will shed some light about the technique and what search engines really do not like. Note that the fact that a page is marked as NOINDEX does not mean search engines won't access the ...


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The noindex should be enough to stop it getting indexed. With regards to iframes and linking, I can't actually find any guidelines from Google. In fact, all they seem to officially say on the entire subject of iframes is "Google supports frames and iframes to the extent that it can." You would need to link to the article you mention for its context, but I ...



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