29 Aug '15, 4am

We Tested How Googlebot Crawls Javascript And Here's What We Learned via @sengineland

For more on this, we tested a client’s global navigation that is coded in JavaScript, with all links inserted with a document.writeIn function, and confirmed they were fully crawled and followed. It should be noted that this type of functionality by Google explains how sites built using the AngularJS framework and the HTML5 History API (pushState) can be rendered and indexed by Google, ranking as well as conventional static HTML pages. That’s why it is important to not block Googlebot from accessing external files and JavaScript assets, and also likely why Google is moving away from its supporting Ajax for SEO guidelines. Who needs HTML snapshots when you can simply render the entire page?

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Wristband for paying fares being tested

Wristband for paying fares being tested

tnp.sg 01 Sep '15, 9am

A six-month trial to test a public transport fare payment device worn on the wrist has started. The trial is conducted by ...