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More than 20 years of freelancing in different areas and still learning something every day


Mar
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suggested suggested edit on Could breadcrumbs be considered as rich anchor text, and drop my ranking?
Mar
31
comment Is it OK to block my javascript files in robots.txt?
@w3d, yes good bots do, but others don't so If I have to implement a rule, I prefer to implement it in a way that works for all of them. Plus I'm never sure if they will follow robots.txt or not, or for how long. Of course you can use the robots.txt to reduce work on the server side, assuming the "good will" of good bots, the combination is better than only .htaccess. Although in my opinion, that access shouldn't be prevented.
Mar
31
comment Site hacked: redirecting to other site?
@MeltingDog: Did you fix the problem? was the given answer useful? If you found a solution, you can post it here to help somebody else
Mar
31
reviewed No Action Needed WordPress keeps redirecting my users to install.php, Is it caused by an injection hack?
Mar
31
revised Is social media engagement of a webmaster a good idea?
removed google-webmaster-tools, youtube and google-plus tags since the question is about the reaction to engagement and reaction on social media, not about the sites itselves. Added social-media, user-engagement and ranking because those are the OP concerns.
Mar
31
suggested suggested edit on Is social media engagement of a webmaster a good idea?
Mar
30
comment Is it OK to block my javascript files in robots.txt?
In any case, you can´t really block acces to anything on robots.txt. So if you want to prevent crawlers to execute the JS files, then it´s better to block them by oter meanings, like .htaccess. But be careful, that may end up on creating problems to your ranking on search engines, if you don´t mind the potential problem, then it´s ok.
Mar
28
comment Is it OK to block my javascript files in robots.txt?
Yes, they can detect and execute, for instance, AJAX request for content and follow forms activated by JS.
Mar
28
revised Could permanent redirect affect SEO?
Update due to update on the question
Mar
28
comment Could permanent redirect affect SEO?
If you are talking about the text that crawlers use on the search result page, they use fragments of text on the page that are relevant to the keywords used for the query, if there are no words, they use the description. If search uing the site: filter, they may use any of the above.
Mar
27
revised Apache URL rewriting not working
Update for comment.
Mar
27
comment Apache URL rewriting not working
A random word can not be there, if you want test, I'll update my answer with that.
Mar
27
comment Apache URL rewriting not working
In you question you state that two options are valid if that is not what you want, change your question accordingly.
Mar
27
answered Apache URL rewriting not working
Mar
27
comment Apache URL rewriting not working
We can not work out a reliable rule without knowing what you have in your .htaccess file, so any answer is going to start from testdomain.com/test.php?name=john&id=2&nick=doe which may or may not suit you. The only way for you to get a good answer is to post here your .htaccess file or use the whole rewrite that somebody writes.
Mar
27
answered Handle an HTTP error dynamically in Apache
Mar
27
revised Should my site be AJAX crawable?
Made small stylistic corrections on the text. Removed the HTML tag since it's not related. Adjusted the link Adjusted the title to reflext the question itself.
Mar
27
suggested suggested edit on Should my site be AJAX crawable?
Mar
27
revised Should my site be AJAX crawable?
Made small stylistic corrections on the text. Removed the HTML tag since it's not related. Adjusted the link
Mar
27
suggested suggested edit on Should my site be AJAX crawable?