• Hugo Rodger-Brown

    This article is at best misleading, at worst plain wrong:

    “Browsers store the information gathered from the first page into a cookie. That cookie is kept on your computer. The second page reads the cookie so it can have the information that the first page gathered. It’s a programatic headache and security problem, but I’ll spare you the details.”

    This is NOT how the web works.

  • jmarranz

    “Project managers and SEO advisors should consider the added amount of technical effort needed to make it crawlable by Google. Read: Hash-bang: Good for the web but isn’t ready for prime time”

    Is not that hard, the hard problem is “HTML snapshots” avoiding site duplication, however there are solutions, take a look:

  • Chris Le

    Thanks for the link! I bookmarked that one. It’s off topic but I found it interesting that the Google Instant Preview bot is actually Safari. The user agent looks like this:

    Mozilla/5.0 (en-us) AppleWebKit/525.13 (KHTML, like Gecko; Google Web Preview) Version/3.1 Safari/525.13

    I guess that means, if it looks good in Safari, it looks good to Google. :)