|Do search engines read pop-up text?|
Guys one quick question. I am going to use div holding some text inside and that will be operating through jquery. Okay! This div will be used within the html page, so that when it opens with popup; it will not leave the page. My question is that: is that way am i going to use it and if i use it how would it become SE friendly.
- div holding paragraphs inside will be opening with a popup that will not leave the page.
- div will be used within the html.
- div will be operating through jquery
tell me is that all above SE friendly method.. will google read all the the text within the popup or not.. and if then how? Besides, I have read many forums, blogs blaa blaa.. but no one surely say about it.. someone says yes google indexed it and read it.. someone says google read it but actively avoid reading things operates through jquery.. so what is the real hack, I STILL DON"T KNOW.. guys help me out..
Hey thanks for the reply. Appreciated. I will do as directed :) thankyou!
<a href="my-supplemental-data.html" onclick="return newWin('my-supplemental-data.html');">Help</a>
If you do them like this,
<a href="#" onclick="return newWin('my-supplemental-data.html');">Help</a>
or <ulp> this,
That rule doesn't apply with Google anymore, they process AJAX and a whole bunch more.
|what if the popup control by a div through CSS |
That's html. It will be read.
CSS is just HTML, it will be read.