Frequently Asked Questions
- When should I
_escaped_fragment_and when should I use
#!in my AJAX URLs?
- Where can I see this scheme in action?
- What happens if I
choose not to implement the AJAX crawling scheme (with
#!) on my site?
- Where will my pages appear in the search results?
- How current should I keep my content?
- What if my app doesn't use hash fragments?
- What about URLs that don't have a hash fragment?
- Will this approach lead to a proliferation of "ugly" _escaped_fragment_ URLs?
- Does this scheme open the door to cloaking?
- What if my site has some hash fragment URLs that should not be crawled?
- Will I be able to
- What about existing uses of #! in hash fragments?
- What about accessibility?
- If using
rel="canonical", should webmasters use
<link rel="canonical" href="http://example.com/ajax.html?_escaped_fragment_=foo=123" />or
<link rel="canonical" href="http://example.com/ajax.html#!foo=123" />?
- What URL should I put in my Sitemap?
- How will the #! URLs affect product feeds that companies are submitting? They would like the same URLs for Product Search and general Web Search.
- I'm using HtmlUnit as the headless browser, and it "doesn't work." Why not?