I have an ecommerce shop with ~10 000 items.
I wrote parser to load this items to my website from another website. But items description is not unique. So I am afraid that google can bun my website.
So I have question how can I prevent google from indexing certain parts of my website? I will rewrite the description later but it will take to much time.
So i found this question https://productforums.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!topic/webmasters/Z5JP3UQCVWg
And I can see 3 solutions.
Create an Iframe where I can load description. And use meta noindex tag.
Load content with js ( I read this at the link provided). So tell me more about it? Does content loaded with js from external file being not indexed by Google? (I mean I have div and if write something like
$(div).html('not indexed content')will it work?
I found this link just now Preventing robots from crawling specific part of a page
So basically it says I should have a
div style =" display:none"
And then I should remove this
display:none with js. This seems to be the easiest way to do it.
Does it really work?
Will it be working not in google but in other search engines(I am worried only about
"googleon" and "googleoff" are only supported by the Google Search Appliance (when you host your own search results, usually for your own internal website).. See: webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/54735/… Additionally, its common for shops do use manufactuer product details... these are all duplicate... the likes of Amazon, eBay and all other massive online shops use duplicate descriptions without issue...