Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Re: SEO Google Crawlable experience ?

> I have seen this page before. Where did you see that google requires #! (vs plain #) in its new scheme?
Where can I find the new scheme details ?
I find it hard to find the exact details, often you will find the old details.

I notice in the Google Webmaster tools that the ur's with the # url fragment aren't indexed, which is also mentioned in the following article:

So I am thinking about using #! instead of # and see what happens, or using the History.pushState() (I not support IE 9 anyway), as I get the idea that these url's (created with the pushState()), can be indexed by Google. But I am not sure.

What do you think? Are your ur's with the # fragment indexed by Google?

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