frank1 — 2010-08-05T00:57:41-04:00 — #1
I am using ajax for pagination (with css)
now the code pagination codes look like this
echo "<a class=\"next\" style=\"cursor:pointer\" onClick=\"ajaxfunction(($start - $how_many),$num_pages)\"><Previous</a>";
it doesnt have href in anchor tool
as search engine bots largely depends on link,will it effect seo
is it poor than doing
echo "<a href='#' class=\"next\" style=\"cursor:pointer\" onClick=\"ajaxfunction(($start - $how_many),$num_pages)\"><Previous</a>";
will it effect seo?
frank1 — 2010-08-09T04:57:03-04:00 — #2
lol ...we are in seo forum and being a coder from last 10 years...
sometime it is easier to code ownself rather than googling ...downloading 10-15 scripts ...testing it....and making it good....(normally problems creeps out...)
so rather than asking for where is it...
i was asking for any "recommendation" from their experience i should use...
for eg if somebody ask me which forum software...i may say "use vbulletin" though googling i may find thousand of forum softwares...
any way thanks
seriocomic — 2010-08-09T18:41:47-04:00 — #3
Fair point - we just get spammed to heck when people ask for recommendations on particular things without any filtering or narrowing down...
frank1 — 2010-08-05T09:48:22-04:00 — #4
i use to thing it is programming forum not grammer's forum....lol
any way i have seen lots of ajax implementation infact are indexed by the SE ....so i think ajax itself is not evil....
esp tabs...i have experienced their was no problem for any SE to index its contents...
only difference i can see in my pagination code and tabs code is if i do href='#' it actually moves screen to top....and adds # to url bar.....so t avoid that i eliminated the href part...now worried about seo...
if it really does then i think it wont be good to implement ajax pagination that way....
can anybody suggest any ajax pagination tutorials,code etc which implements things in better way
stevie_d — 2010-08-05T07:54:54-04:00 — #5
No, that code will not effect SEO. However, it will affect it
seriocomic — 2010-08-05T19:41:38-04:00 — #6
Let me Google that for you...
seriocomic — 2010-08-05T01:18:08-04:00 — #7
I don't know exactly if that implementation will bork your indexation (my first read of it is that it will, you need to cater for non-JS browsers).
I'd suggest you take a look at this: