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bio website rachaelmoore.name
location San Francisco, CA
age 31
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen Dec 7 '12 at 15:48

Rachael L "Wry" Moore is a web designer and front end web developer in San Francisco.

She lives in an apartment with her 2 attack chihuahuas, Puck and Pixel. Her hobbies include sleeping, eating, and avoiding freelance work.

Rachael is the "designer" behind such incomplete and infrequently updated sites as rachaelmoore.name and virtualrevolution.net.


Dec
6
comment SEO - Index images (lazyload)
If so, there would be positive trades not only in performance, but also that by using href you can also create a pattern to easily control which version of an image gets indexed if you have, for example, two sizes of the same image, by linking to the canonical one. OTOH, the text around an image contributes to an SE's ability to categorize that image. So you may lose some opportunity for relevance if your index image isn't inline as an src with the rest of your content. Lots to consider.
Dec
6
revised SEO - Index images (lazyload)
add a couple links
Dec
6
comment SEO - Index images (lazyload)
Good catch! That base64 string represents a single transparent pixel. An alternative, though it adds an HTTP request: you could use src="placeholder.gif" and Disallow: placeholder.gif in robots.txt. I've also tried the noscript approach on a slideshow and it did work several years ago. The only downside was that since you have to do it for every image, the markup got a little cluttered.
Dec
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revised SEO - Index images (lazyload)
clarify @data-
Dec
6
comment SEO - Index images (lazyload)
My first suggestion is valid HTML 3.2, HTML 4, HTML 4.1, and HTML 5 and will allow images to be indexed. My second is example also serves index-able, valid HTML 3.2, HTML 4, HTML 4.1, and HTML 5 which JavaScript then transforms afterward. Since I am pretty much agreeing with your own first example you obviously misread. We used the first solution on a recent project and not only are our images are indexed, but our specialist SEO consultants approved it. I updated my post to hopefully increase clarity.
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Dec
6
revised SEO - Index images (lazyload)
expanded examples
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5
answered SEO - Index images (lazyload)
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comment how do I programmatically upload pictures to facebook?
SDK link facebooksdk.codeplex.com/documentation
Apr
28
comment how do I programmatically upload pictures to facebook?
PHP example daipratt.co.uk/facebook-api-upload-photo
Apr
28
answered how do I programmatically upload pictures to facebook?
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