CSS und Javascript: Breakpoints in Media Queries einfach mit JavaScript auslesen

Vor ein paar Monaten hatte ich eine spontane Idee, wie ich CSS Breakpoints ohne Hilfsmittel in einer Javascript-Datei abfragen kann. Ich nannte das Ganze damals “Breakpoint-Indikator”. Etwas später merkte ich, dass meine Idee gar nicht so neu war und jemand wenige Monate zuvor schon darüber geschrieben hatte. Egal, ich hoffe es hilft euch.

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Hidden or Not – Is content that is not fetched by Google not indexed either? The results…

Two weeks ago, I set up a litte post and a test case including some more or less common practices of dealing with content on web pages. I wanted to spot if Google changed its mind about crawling hidden or dynamically included content and which of the fetched content will get indexed anyway. Here are the interesting results…

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Hidden or Not – Is content that is not fetched by Google not indexed either?

People are discussing over and over again if dynamically included or beastly hidden content (display: none or visibility: hidden in CSS) is indexed by the Googlebot anyway. I nailed together a test case and tried to solve these questions and I would like to discuss if Fetch like Google really shows us what finally could be indexed or not.

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Google Analytics and Responsive Web Design – Introducing Responsive Tracking

Nowadays, responsive web design has become a common approach for building mobile-optimized Websites. As you might know, the technique behind this changes the layout of a page to enhance the user experience depending on the viewport using media queries. But what about tracking those alternate states of a page in Google Analytics? Here’s a working example of how we can track events in a responsive environment.

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Google und technisches SEO – Fragen und Tipps für 2013

Bewertet Google Bilder von CDNs anders in der Bildersuche? Wie behandelt Google mehrere h1-Elemente auf einer Page? Endgültige Aussagen über versteckten Text. pushState() vs. Hashbang und Escaped Fragments in AJAX. Die Wahrheit über inurl: und site: Diagnosen. Fetch like Googlebot außerhalb der WMTs. John Mueller, Webmaster Trends Analyst bei Google Zürich, hat zu diesen Themen auf Google+ Stellung genommen…

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