Can search engines such as Google index JavaScript generated web pages? When you right click and select view source in a page that is generated by JavaScript (e.g using GWT) you do not see the dynamically generated HTML. I suppose that if a search en...
I'm looking for a good open source (with LGPL or a permissive license) indexing engine for a node.js application, something like Lucene. I'm looking for in-process indexing and search and am not interested in indexing servers like Sphinx or...
I have been working with some advanced javascript applications using a lot of ajax requests to render my page. To make the applications crawlable (by google), I have to follow https://developers.google.com/webmasters/ajax-crawling/?hl=fr . This tell...
Is there any way to make JavaScript generated content indexable by search engines? I remember reading something about Google parsing a generated site map, but I might be wrong here.  _L...
I am looking for a way to be able to start typing on a website without having selected anything and then have a specific input field in focus.  Google also employs this feature. In their search results you can click anywhere (defocus the search field...
I have a localStorage object that contains JSON data that yes, I have already parsed.  Within that data, I wish to search an array for something, such as "ANYTHING HERE "+keyword+"ANYTHING HERE"; Like an SQL "LIKE ''"...
If I add random keywords alt attrb to the images using jQuery document.ready (thinking that the page is already loaded), how does it affect search engines?  Will the search engines get the alt attrb that I added with any JavaScript at all? If not how...
I want to have a popup div with iframe content.  Can search engines read this when I'm using jquery to create it?  Alternatively, is there a way to detect a search engine on the server side and remove the option of this popup?...
I want to create a search bar which takes in a query and adds the rest of the URL then goes to the site. For example  Input:   walmart Output:  http://www.example.com/?t=w&p=0&q=walmart  then the program navigates to the link that is generate...
I am migrating from Firefox to Chrome and I haven't been able to copy or emulate my multiple criteria queries. In Firefox it works as a breeze using a javascript script that I have found here but after a lot of testing I think is not possible to...

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