Making your AJAX Content SEO Friendly

AJAX

This is an experiment to see if search engines are crawling AJAX sites and find better ways of keeping them SEO friendly. AJAX or Asynchronous Javascript and XML is a technology born of a need to have better user experience. Before we were used to browsing link after link through a site. Sometimes those pages change so little on the page that it becomes tedious to having to go through the strokes of waiting for the page and all it’s images render.

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How To Make A Timer/Stopwatch Using AngularJS

I’ve got some leeway pushing Khrunus off the ground.  I’ve always been successful using JavaScript’s timing functions but since Khrunus would primarily be built-in in AngularJS. I have to research a way to reuse my timing snippets into proper Angular code.  To study, I built a simple angular app: Problem How to use AngularJS to make a time related app, in this case a timer for logging elapsed time? What I need Before I started this little venture, I need to detail the parameters of the experiment. Firstly,  I need to layout my application in two sections. The top section will show …

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NES on Javascript

http://benfirshman.com/projects/jsnes/ Here’s something amazing for Javascript, your good-ole  NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) games are now available and playable via Ben Firshman’s JSNES page. JSNES, is an NES emulator built on javascript’s canvas objects. Mr. Firshman recommends to use Google’s Chrome browser to maximize your gaming pleasure. I tried it on IE8, it doesnt work as well. So take his word for it. Aside from SMB(Super Mario Bros.), he also ported some old favorites like the Zelda, the banana maniac-Donkey Kong and the blaster wielding Megaman.  Ben Firshman shows us that with a little programming acrobatics and some improvements to browser …

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