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Sep
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comment Would using AJAX only “Add to Cart” buttons be wise?
I have no idea what GoDaddy does these days, LOL! I already have the cookie idea in place! Thanks.
Sep
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accepted Would using AJAX only “Add to Cart” buttons be wise?
Sep
11
comment Would using AJAX only “Add to Cart” buttons be wise?
I want to prevent submission for the search engines, and indexing for SEO tools. I will probably just implement this and see if it affects anything. Thanks!
Sep
11
comment Would using AJAX only “Add to Cart” buttons be wise?
I do use nofollow. My efforts would probably not be in vain IF... and I mean IF.... Google does not not start executing AJAX links. Two things: 1) our cart is db backed so every time a search engine submits it is using resources that it shouldn't. So I am preventing a GET HTTP REQUEST 2) A SEO like the one we are using from GoDaddy would ignore these links
Sep
11
comment Would using AJAX only “Add to Cart” buttons be wise?
The majority of the real users are AJAX "Capable", what my reference is to if most users leave JavaScript on these days. The search engine bots are submitting more things to my cart than users are, and more importantly tools I use to see if my site is optimized are picking up the links to these Add-To-Cart buttons. Even though google and the tools are saying the robots.txt is OK, they are still using links disallowed.
Sep
11
comment Would using AJAX only “Add to Cart” buttons be wise?
How would I be able to tell if it is a real customer or not?
Sep
11
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asked Would using AJAX only “Add to Cart” buttons be wise?
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asked Is it possible to request Google and Bing/Yahoo to drop the cache of links they have indexed?