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<div class="super-accordion" data-super-accordion="{collapse:false,duration:200}">
....
</div>
...
<ul class="cool-tab" data-cool-tab="{connect:'#some-id', animation:'slide-top',duration:250}">
    <li><a href="">...</a></li>
</ul>

Those examples are common with some open-source JS libs.

Does those inline options impact search engines? compared to those options compiled in js/css files?

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    Short answer: no. Mar 27, 2016 at 11:03
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    Long answer: nooooooooooooo
    – Rob
    Mar 27, 2016 at 12:12
  • @Rob You cracked me up! That is something I would do... (sorry).
    – closetnoc
    Mar 27, 2016 at 14:36

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Not at all, What counts for a search engine is textual content, it will filter out everything else.

Here is an article on how js is handled by search engine giant Google :

http://searchengineland.com/tested-googlebot-crawls-javascript-heres-learned-220157

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