Tag Archives: Google

Canonical Link Element

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Matt Cutts of Google introduces the canonical link element.

Resources:
Blog post on Google webmaster blog:
http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2009/02/specify-your-canonical.html

Yahoo blog post:
http://ysearchblog.com/2009/02/12/fighting-duplication-adding-more-arrows-to-your-quiver/

Microsoft:
http://blogs.msdn.com/webmaster/archive/2009/02/12/partnering-to-help-solve-duplicate-content-issues.aspx

Ask:
http://blog.ask.com/2009/02/ask-is-going-canonical.html

Google Help Center documentation:
http://google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.py?answer=139394

Joost de Valk: WordPress, Magento, and Drupal
http://yoast.com/canonical-url-links/

Learn Web Security with Google (Google I/O ’17)

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Every year we warn close to a million webmasters about their sites being hacked. As a developer, knowing security best practices to defend your site against hacking is essential. In this talk, we’ll cover common attack vectors and teach you how to protect your users, reputation, and data. Finally, we’ll introduce you to a new security course that provides hands-on exercises and concise lectures on topics covering both attack and defense.

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Google I/O 2009 – Advanced Custom Search Configuration

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Google I/O 2009 – Advanced Custom Search Configuration

Nick Weininger, Joel Brandt

— Contents —
0:18 – What is Custom Search?
2:20 – Overview of developer API
3:15 – Create a Custom Search engine in a minute
4:30 – Context and Annotations
8:30 – Promotions
9:20 – RESTful URLs for managing Custom Search engines
11:20 – Linked Custom Search engines
15:35 – Blogger search gadget
17:50 – Provisioning API
19:50 – Advanced presentation and metadata – pagemaps, microformats and RDFa
21:35 – The Custom Search Web Element
24:10 – XML results with Site Search
25:40 – Adobe – Community Help search in Creative Suite
30:00 – Adobe Blueprint – search in the development environment
36:10 – Questions and answers
— End —

The focus of this session is on configuring your own Custom Search engine to let your users search the sites and topics that are relevant to you. We will discuss how to create dynamic search engines using Linked Custom Search and how to use XML to programmatically provision custom search engines. We will enumerate some of the ways in which you can embed search and ads on your site and customize the look and feel of the search results. Additionally, we'll talk about how Adobe Systems is integrating Google Custom Search Engines into products to improve designer and developer workflow.

For presentation slides and all I/O sessions, please go to: code.google.com/events/io/sessions.html

Deliver search-friendly JavaScript-powered websites (Google I/O ’18)

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Making a site that is engaging for users but performs well in Google Search requires combining specific server and client side technologies. Learn about the best practices to build and deploy indexable sites and web-applications with JavaScript frameworks. Lessons from this session can be implemented with most modern setups, whether you use Angular, Polymer, React, or other frameworks to build a full-fledged PWA or just use them for parts of a site. The session will also discuss search-friendly design patterns and SEO best practices.

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