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Abdulllah Alamin
Jun 28, 2022
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(Of course, your audience will also appreciate faster page load times.) Many have used Google's PageSpeed ​​Insights tool to get analysis of their site's speed and recommendations for improvement. For those looking to improve the performance of mobile sites in particular, Google offers a new mobile-focused page speed tool. This tool will check page load time, test your mobile site on a 3G connection, assess mobile friendliness and more. 2. Robots.txt files are case sensitive and should be placed in the Shadow Making main directory of a site The file must be named in lowercase (robots.txt) to be recognized. Also, crawlers only look in one place when looking for a robots.txt file: the main site directory. If they don't find it there, they will often continue exploring, assuming there is no such file. 3. Crawlers Can't Always Access Infinite Scroll And if crawlers can't access it, the page may not rank. When using infinite scroll for your site, make sure there is a series of paginated pages in addition to the long scroll. Make sure you implement replaceState / pushState on the infinite scroll page. This is a fun little optimization that most web developers aren't aware of, so be sure to check your infinite scroll for rel =" next " and rel =" prev " in the code. 4. Google doesn't care how you structure your sitemap As long as it's XML, you can structure your sitemap however you like - the category breakdown and overall structure is up to you and won't affect how Google crawls your site. 5. The noarchive tag will not hurt your Google rankings This tag will keep Google from showing the cached version of a page in its search results,
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