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SVG and The Indexing of Web Standards

July 10th, 2010 07:27 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

wombatmobile writes “The world’s most popular search engine company is a leading supporter of open standards. It pours money and people into initiatives that promote, assist, support and implement Web standards. As a core foundation of is mission statement, all web assets should ideally be of a kind that it can work with. Strange then, that the world’s most popular search engine doesn’t index all of the current important Web standards formats. Doug Schepers of W3C blogs about how Scalable Vector Graphics content is recognized and not recognized by search engines, currently and historically.” Readability really helps out on this site.

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