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accepted Rich Snippets for “Total Likes” instead of a Rating
Feb
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comment Rich Snippets for “Total Likes” instead of a Rating
@unor Thanks for the information! Your interpretation of my question is correct. I was hoping to get total likes on the SERP as opposed to a star rating. You're probably right that it's not possible.
Feb
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comment Rich Snippets for “Total Likes” instead of a Rating
@knif3r You are correct that the way in which your site's rich snippets are used by a search engine is up to the search engine. But it really doesn't matter whether or not I'm using a well-known CMS with well-known plugins or if I'm using a custom solution. Rich snippets are still rich snippets. Thanks for the WordPress plugin. I don't think it's what I'm after, though. Features point 2 says "Google Rich Snippets providing five star rating in Google search results.". I'm wanting likes, not a five star rating.
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comment Rich Snippets for “Total Likes” instead of a Rating
@knif3r My blog is custom, as is its "like" system. I'm not sure how that information helps, though. If I was using WordPress with a plugin, would that make any difference in whether or not rich snippets support "total likes" instead of a rating?
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asked Rich Snippets for “Total Likes” instead of a Rating
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comment How can I test my site in IE6, IE7, IE8, IE9, IE10 and Internet Explorer 11
@MarcoDemaio Thanks. I agree with what you wrote in your update. Another time when it would be a good idea to test in the VMs is if your analytics tell you that a significant number of your users are using older versions of Internet Explorer. In that case, even if the site wasn't JS/CSS greedy, I probably wouldn't take the risk trusting IE 9 to emulate it 100% accurately.
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comment How can I test my site in IE6, IE7, IE8, IE9, IE10 and Internet Explorer 11
@MarcoDemaio There are definitely differences between IE 9's IE 7 mode and the real IE 7. I gave two examples here.
Jun
27
comment Should I include “www” in my canonical URLs? What are the pros and cons?
1. If you want to create a CNAME that maps the subdomain www. to example.ec2.amazonaws.com. You can't do that with a naked domain. 2. Typing a domain name in the address bar and hitting CTRL + ENTER it automatically enclose the text with http://www. and .com. Having your permanent domain with a www prefix will prevent unnecessary redirection. 3. Typing in example.com under windows start + run will result in an error.