Google: We Don't Look at Max-Age Value Of JavaScript Or CSS Files For Search

Dec 28, 2018 - 8:15 am 4 by

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Google's John Mueller confirmed that Google won't be looking at the max-age value of your JavaScript or CSS files when crawling and indexing those details. John Mueller said on Twitter "No, generally not for search" we do not look at that.

Here are those tweets:

The max-age value is often used for caching techniques with those types of files.

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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