Msg#: 1703 posted 7:30 am on Apr 24, 2004 (gmt 0)
FWIW, I've recently noticed a number of sites that had good PR and links but had low rankings were stuffing noscript tags......
Msg#: 1703 posted 12:33 am on May 3, 2004 (gmt 0)
Absolute, Google reads noscript tags. I don't know whether it cares for content in there or not. But it certainly does follow links from within those tags.
Msg#: 1703 posted 12:35 am on May 3, 2004 (gmt 0)
This is interesting.. Im using a traffic analasis script, that uses <noscript> tags.. Will this effect my google ranking?
Msg#: 1703 posted 5:30 am on May 8, 2004 (gmt 0)
Well, I dont think having content or link in the <noscript> tag is a good idea. I would even label it as a spamming technique. Google definately reads <Nosript> and the user doesnt..right?. Likewise, Google also reads Hidden text, hidden link etc which the user cant..right? , Hence Kindly avoid anything which is made specially for the search engines and not for the user.
Msg#: 1703 posted 10:31 am on May 8, 2004 (gmt 0)
Hello Copper, Welcome to WebmasterWorld!
|Well, I dont think having content or link in the <noscript> tag is a good idea. |
Msg#: 1703 posted 11:02 am on May 8, 2004 (gmt 0)
Firstly, Thanks for the Welcome, Very nice of you.
Yes. I do understand that the noscript tag is meant for the said purpose but the fact that it has been so misused really makes me wonder whether its a very good idea to use the same.
Msg#: 1703 posted 11:19 am on May 8, 2004 (gmt 0)
18.3.1 The NOSCRIPT element [w3.org]
|The NOSCRIPT element allows authors to provide alternate content when a script is not executed. The content of a NOSCRIPT element should only be rendered by a script-aware user agent in the following cases: |