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Do not use JavaScript to change meta information Using JavaScript to add no-index is a bad idea because JavaScript is processed after the <head> has been downloaded. You should use PHP or manually edit the HTML after the promotion. No index works but its not like instant coffee You should also note that Google does not instantly remove pages when ...


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Unfortunately, this is one of those things that you will need to test for yourself. Although Google has been known to index JavaScript-generated content; there doesn't seem to be any case studies out there that prove whether or not Google takes note of JS-generated meta tags. My advice is: Run some tests or check to see if the promotion has expired using a ...


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After some research, I settled on App Debugger (http://debug-software.intel.com/) from Intel. It was simplest and straight forward way to stream debug information from a device.


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I think the solution you're looking is a HTTP debuging proxy like Fiddler. You could then set the console's proxy settings to point to the computer running Fiddler. From there, you'll be able to view all requests and all responses. I don't think it will work properly with https sites since Fiddler installs a cert on the machine but the console will still ...


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InstantClick has no effect on SEO, as far as I know. Google has no way to detect the cool trickery that’s going on with JavaScript, so InstantClick’s UX benefits unfortunately aren’t reflected in SEO. (I’m InstantClick’s creator.)


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Google has its own pre-fetch both at bot and browser-client level, and there is a high chance it wont run that JS as a bot. Actually it doesnt run most JS unless its from its own Googroot (like conversion, analytics, tagmanager container). That being said, there are significantly better layers to optimize for pagespeed. Google even has its own Apache module ...


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Google does factor page speed into its ranking algorithm but it is a small factor affecting only the slowest of sites. So if it makes a difference, and as of right now there is no indication that it does, it isn't going to be much. While site speed is a new signal, it doesn't carry as much weight as the relevance of a page. Currently, fewer than 1% of ...


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<FilesMatch "^(.*)\-\-.+\.(js|css)$"> FilesMatch takes a filename and matches against the file system, not the URL. The underlying file is still called "myscript.js", so this pattern should be something like: \.(js|css)$ (Aside... your example request appears to be for common.js - which wouldn't have matched your pattern anyway - shouldn't this be ...


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I don't really understand about javascript.In Google indexing, us the canonical url in <head> like @philtune says. But if you can't expect http://www.example.com/foo/bar to be fetched from http://www.example.com/?_escaped_fragment_=/foo/bar . Google Fetch just fetched the canonical url. In this case, the url is http://www.example.com/foo/bar, google ...



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