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Google webmasters will tell you the source of the error.... if this is simply pointing to a file in a directory, you may consider preventing anyone, including Google from browsing that folder and find such files, this can be done by creating a default php file in that folder: Step 1- create a file called: index.php step 2- add the following code to it: ...
DuckDuckGo does appear to support this in addition to Bing. The site imelda-immobilien.de has no "static" pages, they're all ajax driven. A search on Bing and DuckDuckGo shows multiple ajax urls in the results. Yahoo is powered by bing, and a yahoo search shows the same results.
Simple answer, yes, Bing and DuckDuckGo support this. This article suggests bing does support it. The site imelda-immobilien.de has no "static" pages, they're all ajax driven. A search on Bing and DuckDuckGo shows multiple ajax urls in the results. Yahoo is powered by bing, and so their results show the same.
The solution would be to serve the content as html for search engines and js for normal users. But that should be done in a way that is not considered cloaking. So the ideal way for it to happen would be to have exactly two copies of the same page - one using js and another using html and render the page accordingly based on the user agent of the requester. ...
The current GoogleBot Smartphone agent, as tested with the 'Fetch as Google' Tool is essentially a fake iPhone using a headless Webkit Safari 6.0 Engine, running on a Linux x86_64 desktop machine. The default non-responsive viewport width is that of an iPhone at 980px. With a viewport <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, ...
Here is Google's document about cloaking. It defines cloaking as "the practice of presenting different content or URLs to human users and search engines." That page also has a Matt Cutts video. In the video at 0:28, Matt defines cloaking as "showing different content to users than Googlebot." Google only cares what you show to real users and what you ...
Google only cares that they see the same thing your users see. If you're only serving up different content to these bad crawlers, and your users are getting your normal content and Google is getting that same content, you're ok.
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