How ViewsLifetime work in sharepoint search?

Just wanted to know how Viewslifetime works in sharepoint pages. Need to know it update the view count on daily basis of sharepoint pages or it runs daily but displays once every 15 days in sharepoint pages. Can you just let me know how it works according to Microsoft.

seo – Images barely showing up in Google Search rich snippets, is it a subdomain problem?

I have a recipe blog running WordPress with Yoast SEO. A problem I have is that in Google Search images are not showing up in all the rich snippets for my website. I would say they show in about 50% of the cases.

I recently starting running some tests and as it turns out that the Google Structured Data Testing Tool pulls all relevant info from my website which is submitted in the source code by Yoast SEO, including a relevant image. However, when I look at Google’s Rich Snippet Preview, the relevant image doesn’t show up in the preview (there is a placeholder saying “YOUR IMAGE”).

Then I started thinking: I moved all my images to a subdomain ( a few years back. If I look for specific posts in Google Image Search (like “Pizza margherita”), usually only the images from my Instagram Feed in my sidebar show up. The coverage of images from my subdomain is low (but not non-existent). I have about 50 recipes times 3 images per recipe, but only about 20 show up (which are the same ones showing up in the rich snippets).

Bing does show rich snippets with images and all my images do show up in Bing’s search.

Have a made a mistake by moving my images to a subdomain? Will the problem be fixed if I just submit my entire subdomain to Google for indexing? Or is my problem likely due to something else?

Dropdown with search features validation

Imagine a dropdown list with search features where I can type or paste some text. What will be the best way to validate my dropdown:

  • A: Comparing the text with the database text after click outside the box
  • B: Clear the dropdown if the user doesn’t click on something in the search list

Special characters from ISO-8859-1 encode website come out mangled (�) in Google search results

Google is getting confused because while the page is ISO-8859-1, some content is loaded into the page in UTF-8. This causes Googlebot to have to re-encode the content page content as UTF-8 so that it can process it. Something is going wrong during that process and characters are getting mangled.

For example, you use a JavaScript library for consenting to cookies. It loads UTF-8 encoded text and writes it into the page.

Ideally Google would be able to deal with this situation without getting the characters garbled. I contacted Google about this and a bug has been filed on their end. However, some other sites that are getting re-encoded are working. Whatever is happening with your site isn’t affecting a lot of other sites, so it may be a lower priority fix for Google.

As a workaround you could ensure that your page and JavaScript all use the same character set. Since you don’t have control over third party libraries that use UTF-8 and can’t convert them to ISO-8859-1, you would have to convert your site to UTF-8.

In general, there is no good reason to use ISO-8859-1 these days. That character set only support 256 characters. UTF-8 doesn’t make the page size significantly larger and it supports all unicode characters:

  • The extra French characters Œ, œ, and Ÿ
  • The Euro sign (€), ellipses (…), non-breaking space ( )
  • Fun characters like arrows and emoji

Using UTF-8 allows you support user generated content from any language. At the very least, it allows users names to be written correctly, no matter their national origin.

seo – Question on search engine optimization for nodejs website

It’s true that this makes your content not indexable.

The general solution for this is to design a system for deep linking, where someone can share a link to a specific resource on your website (this could even just be a query string), and that resource loads immediately without any user interaction.

For instance, a link like this that opens up your map to a specific piece of content:

Then, the trick is to surface those deep links somewhere so crawlers will stumble upon them. People will naturally surface them by linking in to your site from other sites, but you may want to create something like a “featured locations” page or blog about it to create more deep links for the crawlers.

Another idea: From each location deep link, you could also deep-link nearby locations or related locations, so the crawlers can start to traverse your locations sort of like linked pages.

Some people might suggest just slapping all your deep links into a sitemap and calling it a day, but there are probably issues with that.

Why, when I search on billing software, do i get a ton of threads on hosting offers

and none on billing software?

Please don’t tell me about your offers. I want to find threads about billing software.

It’s all in the title. Honestly. That’s all I want to know. Not about search engines, I understand what they can and can’t do. That’s DB sql. I want to know why I reach a bulletin board with a title and its search engine can’t find it.

How to automatize web search for a large number of items?

I have a database of records and I need to know what of them are not represented in a web database. Utilizing the simplest web search engine I would have to enter the records separating them [] OR [] and specify location site:[adress of the web database] to find out what items are represented in the database. To find out what items are not represented in the database I would have to perform a search for each of them individually. Is it possible to automatize these actions? The number of records is about 10 000.

seo – How can a search engine crawl a dynamically generated website?

Short answer: That PHP code is run on the server before sending the response to the crawler, so by the time the page reaches the crawler, all that info is already populated.

For sites written using server-side languages such as your example, here’s the full lifecycle when a user visits a page:

  1. The user’s browser sends an HTTP request to the server for a certain path (such as /an/example/page/).

  2. The server receives the request and determines the appropriate server-side code to run to generate the page. It executes this code, if any (or none if it’s a static site).

  3. The server sends the final generated, by that point static HTML page back to the user’s browser.

Note that all the code is finished running on the server before the server actually sends any information back to the user’s browser (or a web crawler).

Things are a little different when the page is generated in part by client-side code (JavaScript) instead, which is a topic for a different discussion.

seo – Does having an extended validation SSL certificate increase your Google search ranking?

I'm helping a retailer get and install an Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificate for their online store. After doing a lot of back-and-forth in providing trade literature, I now wonder if it's worth spending the time and expense required to get one. Certification authorities, which sell EV certificates, claim that it makes your site trustworthy, however, many articles claim that users can't tell the difference and don't care. In addition, most modern browsers no longer present EV certificates to the user, making it difficult to know whether this is an EV or an EV. a standard certificate. at a glance.

Obviously, EV certificates have lost the weight they once had, but I wonder if Google's search engine has even higher it in their ranking algorithm than a standard algorithm. I suspect this is at least a small factor for small online retailers, but less, or not at all, for Amazon, eBay and other Google advertisers who have been "availed" under the buying ads on Google.

What are the best WordPress SEO tips for ranking in Search Engine?

What are the best WordPress SEO tips for ranking in Search Engine?