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SEO And Accessibility With HTML5 PushState, Part 3: The Video

Last weekend, I gave a presentation on HTML5 PushState using PushState, at Pablo’s Fiesta (I know, I know… a presentation at an open spaces conf. ya. :P) and David Ohara was kind enough to record it and upload it to … Continue reading 

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SEO And Accessibility With HTML5 PushState, Part 1: Introducing PushState

With the increasing popularity of JavaScript frameworks and highly functional, stateful javascript applications through frameworks such as Backbone.js, SproutCore, KnockOut.js, etc, more and more developers are starting to ask questions about search engine optimization (SEO) and accessibility. There are more … Continue reading 

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SEO Tips for Developers : Site Structure

Continuing in this series of tips for improving your search engine goodness, we’re going to take a look at some tips to designing the structure of your site so that it is friendly for our robot/spider friends. Easy to Read … Continue reading 

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SEO Tips for Developers : Page Speed

I have been paying a good amount of attention to Google search engines since I started at my current job almost 3 years ago. Working on a public web site has more of a need for creating a robot friendly, … Continue reading 

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