Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Using JavaScript Code

Most links use a standard HREF format, which Google has no problem
understanding. However, if you use JavaScript code to create your links, Google
may not be able to recognize this as a link.

Bear in mind that Google can recognize some JavaScript-coded links, depending on
how the link is coded. For information on how to construct a JavaScript-coded link,
look anywhere on the Web for samples. The best way is to use a separate
JavaScript (.js) file to store the URLs.

Please do not consider such tactics for reciprocal links, as it is deceitful to other site
owners as they do not get the value of your link counted by Google. However, these
methods are used by unscrupulous linking partners to prevent links from transferring
PageRank. So be on the lookout for this when getting links.

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