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Sites with iFrame
« on: 11-16-2021, 05:51:50 »
How do you optimize a site that uses iFrames in most of the webpage area, given that iFrames are not easy to crawl and can cause problems for search engines?
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Re: Sites with iFrame
« Reply #1 on: 11-17-2021, 23:14:52 »
I read somewhere that one should not use iFrames!

Not only are iFrames a problem from content crawling standpoint, they can also slow down page loading time.
If you must, use them sparingly (e.g., to display a video, form, or button). Google can still evaluate the page based on the surrounding content, and Google does partially crawl and index content within iFrames.
Depending on what you want to do, look for alternatives.

I don't have a practical experience on this. But this is what i understood from the article that I read. Will paste the link here if I find the article.


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Re: Sites with iFrame
« Reply #2 on: 11-18-2021, 22:13:07 »
Generally speaking… don’t use iFrames!
Not only are iFrames a problem from content crawling standpoint, they can also slow down page loading time.
If you must, use them sparingly (e.g., to display a video, form, or button). Google can still evaluate the page based on the surrounding content, and Google does partially crawl and index content within iFrames.
Depending on what you want to do, look for alternatives.
How do you optimize a site that uses iFrames in most of the webpage area, given that iFrames are not easy to crawl and can cause problems for search engines?

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Re: Sites with iFrame
« Reply #3 on: 12-12-2021, 21:36:44 »
I read somewhere that one should not use iFrames!

Not only are iFrames a problem from content crawling standpoint, they can also slow down page loading time.
If you must, use them sparingly (e.g., to display a video, form, or button). Google can still evaluate the page based on the surrounding content, and Google does partially crawl and index content within iFrames.
Depending on what you want to do, look for alternatives.

I don't have a practical experience on this. But this is what i understood from the article that I read. Will paste the link here if I find the article.

* Not only are iFrames a problem from content crawling standpoint, they can also slow down page loading time.
* If you must, use them sparingly (e.g., to display a video, form, or button). Google can still evaluate the page based on the surrounding content, and Google does partially crawl and index content within iFrames.
* Depending on what you want to do, look for alternatives. This gets into coding which is a bit beyond the scope of this post, but you may be able to get the same result using Javascript, HTML5, or in the case of videos, a premium service like Wistia.

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Re: Sites with iFrame
« Reply #4 on: 12-12-2021, 22:52:29 »
Consulted with the developer with the same concern? They should suggest something better!
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Re: Sites with iFrame
« Reply #5 on: 12-22-2021, 22:40:43 »
How do you optimize a site that uses iFrames in most of the webpage area, given that iFrames are not easy to crawl and can cause problems for search engines?

iFrames are very useful tools that help you bring pieces of another website onto yours to better enhance it. This works very well in the case of videos, e-commerce features, or perhaps a demonstration of how something works like lines of code from a developer. But that begs the question, since it’s content from another website, does it affect your SEO ranking? This article will go into how iFrames play into your SEO strategy. And, how you can use them to your advantage and even the growth of your website.

 

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