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PostPosted: April 5, 2004 2:42 PM 

Importance: Medium

This one is interesting. In the second part of this post, Google implies that Google may continue to crawl a page that has a "noindex" meta tag. They won't index the page, but perhaps Googlebot will still crawl the links to other pages.

GoogleGuy Says: [Link to quote]

g1smd, I agree. If you don't want a page indexed or you want to be safe, just use noindex on the page that shouldn't show up in search results. Relying on nofollow wouldn't work if you forgot to add nofollow to a few pages, or if someone else pointed to that page.

If you know you don't want a section of your site indexed, I'd use both noindex, plus nofollow to make sure that outgoing links weren't crawled either.


Gill

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PostPosted: October 7, 2004 12:43 PM 

Can you help me?

I have been asked to maintain a site where the following tags have been used in the body of the pages, ostensibly to exclude some of the page content from search engins:

text to be excluded

The idea is the search engine will ignore just the text within the tags.

I've never come accross this before, and can find nothing on the web. Would you happen to know if this is a valid concept?

yvo

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PostPosted: October 7, 2005 11:15 AM 

"text to be excluded" can be done by writing it in a javascript. but don't understand these, but browser with javascript support will show the text. There is no other way to ingnore text on a indexed page.

document.write('text to be exclude');

yvo

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PostPosted: October 7, 2005 11:17 AM 

"text to be excluded" can be done by writing it in a javascript. but don't understand these, but browser with javascript support will show the text. There is no other way to ingnore text on a indexed page.

document.write('text to be exclude');


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