Soon I'll be needing to build a widget that some of our clients can embed in their own websites.  To future proof my widget the embed code would be something like this:  <script type="text/javascript" src="path/to/remote/file.js...
I am using AngularJS to create a page of articles with links for details for the individual articles. The links are based on the ID to ensure they are unique, but I would like the URLs to be the title with dashes (much more SEO/user friendly) rather...
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 to display something like:  Hello, you've reached this site by looking for [google keyword(s)]  I'm pretty sure I've seen this done before but I am having troubles figuring out how to grab the keywords that were used to lead...
I'm back to coding a small business website and it seems silly to have like 40% duplicate code (head and menu) across 10 HTML-pages. On the other hand, it also seems overkill to throw something like Next.js at such a small project.   Is there a s...
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...
We have a link that we get from server (Url) and we want to open it in new window. We are using following code to do that:  <a class="block img-holder usedsearch-img-holder position-rel no-direct" target="_blank" href='/[email protected](Url)...
Will google ignore words that are inside the elements that are set to "display: none" in css?  Example:  <div id="under_meny" style="display:none;">About Us | Contact Us</div>   It looks maybe a bit strange that I...
Many people have been saying, use pushState rather than hashbang.  What I don't understand is, how would you be search-engine friendly without using hashbang?  Presumably your pushState content is generated by client-side JavaScript code.  The sc...
My application uses AngularJS for frontend and .NET for the backend.  In my application I have a list view. On clicking each list item, It will fetch a pre rendered HTML page from S3.  I am using angular state.  app.js  ... state('staticpage'...

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