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Javascript onclick links
overriding html <a href ="#none"...
Tidal2




msg:679649
 6:54 pm on Oct 12, 2005 (gmt 0)

I use anchor links with Javascript like -

<a href="#none" onclick="Javascript:displayImage('...')" target="_blank"><img ...><p>Larger Version.</a>

Sometimes without the text 'Larger Image' too.

Is this consider cloaking or bad practise?

 

volatilegx




msg:679650
 7:41 pm on Oct 13, 2005 (gmt 0)

I'm not sure what this accomplishes, but it's definitely not cloaking.

Tidal2




msg:679651
 8:58 pm on Oct 13, 2005 (gmt 0)

Thanks,

I'm just searching for possibilities as I lost 90-95% of Googles traffic since early June in the 'American Whisky' update. Not commercial, but I would like to know or at least have some idea why.

The anchor link does does two things:-

1. Scroll to the top of page in this case because there is no valid <a name="none"> anchor on the page, if there was a valid anchor name link in IE it would bring it to the top of page if it was off screen.

2. Load a pop-up window with the larger image, when you click on the image or the text 'larger image'. Just an option if you want a bigger picture without downloading it onto the page.

volatilegx




msg:679652
 3:31 am on Oct 14, 2005 (gmt 0)

By "American Whiskey" I'm guessing you mean the "Bourbon" update :)

I don't think the javascript would cause you problems with Google.

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