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I'm an independent website designer and developer in business since 2005. I have been into web authoring much longer though as it combined my childish interests in programming and drawing.


Oct
10
awarded  Commentator
Oct
10
comment Google crawling the site but refusing to index dynamic content
This is for progressive enhancement of the site to AJAX version. It is viewable with JS disabled so the originally retrieved links need to point to regular, static addresses. All the pages have rel=canonical tag referencing the #! address (which is the best practice according to offical FAQ: developers.google.com/webmasters/ajax-crawling/docs/… ), so this should have handled the duplicate content issue.
Oct
9
awarded  Student
Oct
9
awarded  Scholar
Oct
9
accepted Is AdWords ad blocked from top spots of SERPs until it is reviewed?
Oct
9
comment Is AdWords ad blocked from top spots of SERPs until it is reviewed?
I already did and they confirmed that it was blocked from the top spots because of the review process.
Oct
9
awarded  Promoter
Oct
9
comment Google crawling the site but refusing to index dynamic content
I restored old progressive enhancement links but added rel=canonical to indicate equivalence of regular and hashbang links.
Oct
8
comment Google crawling the site but refusing to index dynamic content
Unfortunately Googlebot crawl did not change anything even though all links contain hashbang in them and a sitemap has been submitted all along.
Oct
7
comment Is making AJAX site crawlable AND degrading gracefully with JS turned off possible?
@JohnConde: I also thought so, but it turns out it's not necessarily the case at least when showing the site in SERPs is concerned. Take a look at this question: webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/35355/… - and especially at comments here: webmasters.stackexchange.com/a/35389/18909
Oct
6
asked Is AdWords ad blocked from top spots of SERPs until it is reviewed?
Oct
6
revised Is making AJAX site crawlable AND degrading gracefully with JS turned off possible?
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Oct
6
comment Google crawling the site but refusing to index dynamic content
I have posted another question about possibility of combining crawlability and website's ability to degrade gracefully: webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/35400/…
Oct
6
asked Is making AJAX site crawlable AND degrading gracefully with JS turned off possible?
Oct
6
comment Google crawling the site but refusing to index dynamic content
Changed. Indexing in Fetch as Google still not working though.
Oct
6
comment Google crawling the site but refusing to index dynamic content
If so, then I'll have to give up no-JS graceful degradation and I've been trying to avoid that. However, SEO is now a priority even at the expense of diminished compatibility and accessibility and I can easily change back and forth and observe what happens.
Oct
6
comment Google crawling the site but refusing to index dynamic content
No, and I added explicit <meta name="robots" content="index,follow" /> tag but it does not change anything as this is what Google assumes by default.
Oct
6
awarded  Supporter
Oct
6
comment Google crawling the site but refusing to index dynamic content
As for the second thing you described, in the HTML snapshot version almost all links were messed up - either in the way you explained or by not having a hashbang in them. Enough to possibly prevent Google from following all the links. Links on the homepage are OK though as the site is supposed to degrade gracefully with JS turned off. They are changed to their "#!" equivalents with JS and in the HTML snapshots. I corrected all the issues and am waiting for the next crawl but Fetch as Google on AJAX pages does not work yet.
Oct
6
revised Google crawling the site but refusing to index dynamic content
added links