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Yes, Google has started supporting javascript in their bots, this is due to the increasing popularity of javascript in the web and frameworks like Angularjs. Taking the bigger picture, the web isn't just about urls, it is about content and user experience, every day they improve their algorithm to make it better with these goals in mind, so one hack that ...


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The relevant guideline from WCAG 1.0 Level A is: Ensure that pages are usable when scripts, applets, or other programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If this is not possible, provide equivalent information on an alternative accessible page. Providing a <noscript> section is one way to approach this guideline, but it isn't a very ...


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The page is only fully loaded when all linked resources (including <script async defer) have loaded. This is when the onload event fires. However, the DOMContentLoaded event is likely to fire before this - which will probably be before the async defer scripts have loaded. (I say "probably" - if the browser is able to determine that it can load the script ...


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If something is on the internet, you can copy it. Don't think people won't copy your text, because if they want to, they will. If you don't want it copied, don't publish it. Turn of javascript-> now I can copy View source -> Ét voilá there it is Take my console (Firebug), inspect element -> again, got everything I want There are too many ways to do ...



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