Duplicate content is identical content that appears online in multiple locations. It is important to be aware of because search engines have difficulty identifying canonical content locations and thus may penalize site owners by way of lowered index rankings or omissions. Here we'll use Ruby and a bit of Rack middleware to avoid some common duplicate content issues...
Amidst the hustle and bustle of daily life at Quick Left, and time has slipped by, but finally part 2 for CSS best practices has arrived! Rejoice! It only took a month and a half. Let's get to business, I've got clients to think about here! Let's talk about the conversations you should be having with your clients and bosses (oh those pesky ne'er-do-futures!) about using CSS3 on your next site. How should you approach it?Read More
AJAX greatly enriches user experience, but it can be a pain to work into search engine optimization. Google's AJAX-indexing system helps make indexing dynamically loaded content possible.
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