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There's a few tricks that can be used to stop Google grabbing random text for dynamic descriptions: HTML5 elements and can be used to direct Google to what it should consider the 'main content'. It will stop scraping descriptions from . It won't pick descriptions from titles or navigation bars. Same with the element. If you're using lots of divs full of ...


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Right now, definitely myth. We know that Google reads CSS and JavaScript to "see" a page as a user does. Previously, almost certainly myth. As far as I know, having navigation above content has always been conventional in web design. To design a search engine that doesn't take account of this and even treats it as a negative would seem odd.


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Not at all. StackExchange does it. Google doesn't care if you link to sister sites, as long as you're not committing link spam.



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