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To avoid the chance of content duplication, what I would recommend is to have the menu items load up then after, use javascript to arrange it as you please. For example: <div ID="menu"> <!-- Insert menu items here --> </div> <script> document.getElementById("menu").style.visibility="hidden"; //code to arrange and position menu box as ...


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The way that you are loading your image is one of the best ways to get an image ranked in Google image search. See this answer of mine. So even if you are using some PageRank, it is hardly being wasted, it is being used to rank the image well in Google image search. However, it is impossible to waste link juice within your own site. About 10 years ago,...


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Firstly with regard to what @Mike says in his answer Google crawlers can now interpret content generated by Javascript as the crawl the DOM and not the source code so doing that doesn't really make a difference from a crawling standpoint. Additionally Google doesn't penalize content based in noscript tags as it is recognized that the content in noscript tags ...


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In my cases, I design fully Ajaxified content and found that it is difficult to crawl properly by bots. So I redesign it. When pages opened for first time ,the visible content is exactly same as it created using javascript events.In short, each piece of content got their own URL and listed all URLs to a sitemap. Finally, I found most URLs get crawled and ...


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I would take a look at this question on SO https://stackoverflow.com/questions/6165643/load-html-then-load-images-using-ajax-in-jquery it has an AJAX lazy load answer and jsfiddle. I would try and avoid using <noscript>


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