For those concerned about the SEO value of their WordPress-driven site, there are few larger frustrations than finding out that your login page has been indexed by search engines. Adding a
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Follow this simple step-by-step guide to learn how to add a
robots noindex rule to your login page in just minutes.
For the past few weeks, many Web Developers that use Bing Webmaster Tools have been seeing strange 404 Not Found errors in the Crawl Details section of their BWT accounts.
At the November 16th Dallas/Fort Worth Search Engine Marketing meeting, I had a chance to speak with Duane Forrester, Bing’s Senior Product Manager of Webmaster Programs regarding the problem.
A quandary that Web Developers have long faced is the issue of using CSS with a background image and text indent, or simply use an image when it comes to SEO.
When CSS started to gain popularity about a decade ago, many developers switched from using images to using CSS to apply a background image to their h1 heading tag and put the elements text out of view with CSS and the text-indent property.
But which one is correct?