Google PSA: Placing Content In JavaScript Array May Cause Indexing Issues...

Nov 5, 2015 - 8:15 am 4 by

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Google's Gary Illyes issued a PSA (public service announcement) on Twitter last night that basically warned content within a javascript array that only when expanded when you click e.g. "...", won't be indexed by Google. Here is the tweet:

This goes back to what we covered a ton of the past year or so. Here are those topics:

So not much new here but for some reason, Gary felt to send out that PSA.

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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