That would be nice I guess. Getting some shares for every author and staff should be a great idea then.
Looks nice. I like it.
As @chrisakelley said. There should be an XML file for the sample pages included in the theme package. Then you can use “Tools > Import” menu on the admin panel to import that file.
If it is not there, try to contact the author.
Assume JS is not parsed, and you’ll be penalized for a behavior that could be malicious toward users.
Well, that’s just an example to clarify the question. No malicious behavior here.
Actually I would like to ask this question because I notice that many jquery plugins generally add the HTML elements to the DOM via JS. And they may not affect SEO if they are simply structural elements like div (not sure). But I think it is interesting that whether the generated DOM or static HTML source is considered by search engines. That’s just the point.
Congrats for the awesome achievement!
Almost forgot about them.
Hi and welcome!
Thanks @GravityDept . So, did you mean that the search engines see the “final” result of HTML that is altered by JS code (since they consider JS code as well)?
For example, if I have my HTML source as:
And I also have JS that will alter the above HTML into the final result as:
On web browser, if I do inspect that element using developer tools on Chrome, I will see the DOM as “h2” (final result altered by JS). But if I “view source” of the page, I will see the “h1” as the original HTML. In this case, which one would be considered by the search engines?