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From the info I found through this question on SO I guess that between 0.2 and 2% of users have JavaScript disabled, depending on the country. I'd say take 1% as a rule of thumb. Whether you should care about this 1% depends on what website your building. If you're doing e-commerce and you have analyzed your audience a bit you can probably estimate if that ...


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This question has been asked earlier and the answers are still relevant. Whether it is worth to care about visitors who have JavaScript disabled depends on the site, its purpose, and who the demographic is. More than users, you may also have to think about how search engines interpret the content on the web page if a large percentage of the site's visitors ...


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oh, this is how you make your AJAX SPAs crawlable That definitely should point you in the right direction. The search engines have said they have a standard for getting dynamic content indexed and it is very well documented. If you cannot make your application support it you need to do more work to add a search engine, and accessible, friendly version ...


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Reducing http requests is one of the best ways to decrease your load time. Consequently it's best to serve one big JS file for your entire site. Give it a high expiry date and it will be cached for a long time, so a visitor will load this file only once. Even though it might be a bit bigger you'll save a lot of load time by saving all the http requests. ...


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The effect shouldn't be grave. AdWords QS is mainly related to CTR%, i.e. everything that happens before someone visits the site. Onsite optimization primarily improves your Conversion rates, not your QS. Still, there could be a positive effect, since Google also checks for what they call Quality of the landing page, which is related to unique content, ...



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