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Jan 22, 2013, 00:19 #1
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jQuery .load seo friendly for google spiders?
I have a question regarding SEO, when you use the .load functionality in jQuery.
You can load a document by referring to the href value of the link you clicked.
In this first case, the folder name where the html documents are stored (../ajax/) is mentioned in the <a> tag, not in jQuery:
<a href="ajax/test.html">test</a> var thelink = $(this).attr('href'); $('#content').load(thelink);
<a href="test.html">test</a> $('#content').load('ajax/test.html');
I now use the first example, but I noticed that the google spiders stop at my navigation, and don't go further to the other pages of the site.
But I suppose if I try the second example, the google spiders stop aswel, because the target folder is not mentioned in the links...
I ask it before I change all my links to let google check it.
Anyone experience with this?