AngryPenguin: looking for Penguin advise (links or otherwise)1 Recommended Answer
- I put rel=nofollow on the 10-12 links on my links page. I originally had put those links there organically, but this is the advice that people gave me.
- I solved a bunch of duplicate title/description problems, such as when two players have the same name.
- I included a canonical tag on all my player pages so that a slightly different query string would not make it appear as though there were two pages.
- I completely blocked a development server which had some (but not many) pages indexed in Google - duplicating the page on my main server.
- I removed some ads on player pages where the player doesn't have much of a career. Those pages have just 1 ad on them now.
- I have put "noindex" on some pages that were automatically generated, such as a team that has no player information on it, etc.
- I have asked some forum sites where my site is linked like a blogroll to remove the links. That had resulted in profiles such as 25,000 links to a single page on my site.
<html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
The DOCTYPE Declaration (DTD or Document Type Declaration) does a couple of things:
- When performing HTML validation testing on a web page it tells the HTML (HyperText Markup Language) validator which version of (X)HTML standard the web page coding is supposed to comply with. When you validate your web page the HTML validator checks the coding against the applicable standard then reports which portions of the coding do not pass HTML validation (are not compliant).
- It tells the browser how to render the page in standards compliant mode.
What Happens If the DOCTYPE Declaration (DTD) is Not Included or is Incorrect?
If the web page coding does not include a DOCTYPE Declaration (DTD or Document Type Declaration) or it is done incorrectly:
- You will not be able to use a HTML (HyperText Markup Language) Validator to check the page coding. HTML validation requires the DOCTYPE declaration.
- The browser rending the web page will process the coding in Quirks Mode.
- The stylesheet may not be implemented as planned.
http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=73773 this does have doc type
http://www.hockeydb.com/ this does not have doc type i take its HTML 5
anyway thought i would just mention that i have to go,. leave to these experts to look out
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