I have a primary domain (assume it is
Now I parked
The idea is that static content (images, JS, CSS) is served from
domain-static.example passes through a CDN which is where the difference is between the domains.
The reason is that browsers limit simultaneous downloads from the same domain so I think it should speed up the site more than routing all requests through a CDN.
The static domain is actually parked on top of
example.com, but all static content
on the website is served through
There should not be a case where HTML pages are served from
or really for anything Google downloads (except for images which it will download
for Google Images)
But I am asking about the regular Google search, can
example.com get penalized for some reason
If this is so, one possibility I thought of is adding a
.htaccess rule that does not
let any dynamic content be served from the static domain, so there is not a possibility of Google downloading dynamic content from the
domain-static.example, which can eliminate dynamic content.
What do you think I should do?