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C / C++ PHP (OOP) Java ASP.NET (C#) Asp Classic (Vbscript)

Mysql PostgreSQL Firebird HTML 4.01 / HTML 5 CSS / CSS 3

xml / xslt / rss Javascript SEO ActionScript (AS3.0) mobile

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awarded  Popular Question
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26
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
6
revised Images within noscript
Fixed link
Jan
10
comment Strange series of page visits to my web site
Proxies? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxy_server
Jan
10
comment SEO - Index images (lazyload)
How are you? I know that for a long time, I wanted to show you the lib I have developed the following link: github.com/brcontainer/defer-images Thanks!
Jan
10
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
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revised Images within noscript
added 80 characters in body
Dec
7
awarded  Scholar
Dec
7
accepted SEO - Index images (lazyload)
Dec
6
comment SEO - Index images (lazyload)
I was reading something, use anchors (<a href>), affects the division of page-rank for links?
Dec
6
comment SEO - Index images (lazyload)
noscript been shown to benefit the user side. I tested it with Google actually indexes after running javascript, but I'm still doing testing with other search engines. Unfortunately I have not had anything conclusive. Thanks. you were one of the most rational people who gave me an answer, I wish you much success.
Dec
6
comment SEO - Index images (lazyload)
Suggestion # 1: Search engines may end up indexing the contents of src (ie. data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAPAAAP///wAAACH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAICRAEAO‌​w==)? Suggestion # 3: If search engines index this way, then the best thing would be to use <noscript><img src="image"></noscript> if javascript is enabled the DOM-Javascript takes the contents of noscript and transforms it: <img src="image">, agree? Thanks (+1 for you)
Dec
6
awarded  Commentator
Dec
6
comment SEO - Index images (lazyload)
Thanks, but... As I said on html5: Because html5 is not supported by any browser (especially mobile). And the attribute data-src="image.jpg" not work at all Indexers. And I add, I need something that is independent of html5 (ie validate in HTML4 as well), since this plugin will be distributed to other developers. And I repeat, my doubts about indexing of images is not about javascript. I'm sorry, but I will speak: read the entire question before answering. Sincerely Guilherme.
Dec
3
revised Images within noscript
deleted 5 characters in body
Dec
3
revised Images within noscript
added 753 characters in body
Dec
2
comment Images within noscript
I prefer to create from scratch. Moreover as I was told on several sites have different programming languages​​, besides pure html. I really want a HTML structure to index images. thanks.
Dec
2
awarded  Supporter
Dec
2
comment Images within noscript
I have several websites, made ​​with php, html, asp-classic, .net (c#). I do not use CMS, I develop from scratch.
Dec
1
comment Images within noscript
The problem is that maintaining the Sitemap, HTML pages would have to have maintenance manual. Not the best practice at the time.