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That is valid page content and the search engines will see and index it. It is even possible for it to show up as your page's description in the search results page. But there are other places that Google prefers to get a page's description from include the meta description tag, ODP description, and relative content from the page. So if that content is what ...
I did a little research and it sounds like there is a lot to the <noscript> tag. Here is what I found: Google does look at the data inside of the <noscript> tag Spammers and black hats have abused the <noscript> tag before. So even when Google uses the <noscript> tag to determine search results it isn't one of the stronger rules. ...
I would take a look at this question on SO http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6165643/load-html-then-load-images-using-ajax-in-jquery it has an AJAX lazy load answer and jsfiddle. I would try and avoid using <noscript>
Googler, JohnMu, said in a thread, "the problems with noscript is that it's been abused quite a bit by spammers, so search engines might treat it with some suspicion." John Mueller is a Webmaster Trends Analyst at Google Full article http://www.seroundtable.com/archives/022411.html
I have seen this issue from my last website, which google used <noscript> content as page search result snippet. in my case, my website is ASP.Net, so I resolved the issue, by adding id & runat=server attributes to <noscript> tag, and then in page_load function of MasterPage code section I controlled the visibility of this tag depending on ...
I would take a look at this: http://www.seomoz.org/ugc/seo-friendly-flex-websites
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