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If you are using multiple trackers, then you need to name your trackers (or at least one of the two, but better to name both so there's no ambiguity). Much like the Classic (_gaq) code you've posted, you would do the same with the Universal trackers and provide the name along with the method: // tracker 1 named "someName" ga('create', 'UA-ZZZZZZZ-X', ...


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I have seen images loaded with this pattern: <img data-src="path/to/image.jpg" class="js-lazy-load" /> get picked up by Google and Google Image Search and others have spotted it too. Since Google now executes javascript on your page, there may be no need to put the actual image into the src attribute. Neglecting a src attribute might lead to a grey ...


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I don't know why you want to change order but let me clear that Google ads using asynchronous code to load ads without waiting itself i.e. other things can be load without waiting of ads execution. You have implemented adsense ads at starting, so browser try to load that one first, and if ads server response well, then as usually browser (Parallel mechanism ...


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Ideally your browser should always go back through the history of content shown on the page including content which has been added using AJAX. Now historically this has been difficult and has involved using hashtags in the URL and capturing the hashtag using javascript on page load and then re-initiating the AJAX call in question but since the inception of ...



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