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Edge Suite/Edge animations and SEO (3 posts)

  1. HeadMonkey
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi Timm,

    I have a page on my WordPress site, and all of the content on the page is in an Adobe Edge animation. Thanks to your plugin, all three of the animations on my site display "perfectly". The problem is that when Google's bots searched and indexed the one page which has the full page animation, the Google bots had nothing to index.

    What are my best options to give the search engines something to index for that page? Should I publish the animation in Edge for web and upload the html page that Edge creates and dump it to my site's public_html folder?

    Barry

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/edge-suite/

  2. ti2m
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi,

    in theory Google should be able to grab the content from an animation, but it might take some time until they actually do that. But that is a general problem with Edge Animate and therefore I would suggest taking a look at the forum http://forums.adobe.com/community/edge_animate and post the issue there. I'll talk to some people and check what the roadmap for SEO and EA is.

  3. ti2m
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi,
    so you can "publish content as static html" in EA, totally forgot about that. But so far Edge Suit doesn't support this at all. I would need to pase the html file and grab the content from there. That will take same time until I'll go to do that. A more temporary solution would be that you can use the shortcode to just add all the JS to the page, but not the actual html for the stage. You could then grab the html from the main html file yourself put it in a post (which will contain the stage) and the short will add the JS.

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