[uf-dev] SEO and abbr
csarven at gmail.com
Wed May 14 06:46:00 PDT 2008
Here is one example:
Look for "sarven". Shows description as:
"24 Jan 2008 ... An introduction to microformats: what they are, why
we need them and briefly how to use them."
It *appears* to be that this happens when the description is less then
150 characters and they fill in the available space with the timestamp
if and only if a new sentence doesn't fit.
Here is another example:
Which doesn't include the timestamp.
Which doesn't include the second sentence but fills it in with the timestamp.
On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 7:26 AM, Brian Suda <brian.suda at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2008/5/14, Lee Jordan <lee.jordan at gmail.com>:
>> Have opened an issue on the wiki, with a text example, but without a link to
>> the search result as SEO is a sensitive area for my employer and I'm trying
>> to have a positive outlook on mF.
> i am unable to replicate your finding with any of the microformats on
> my sites. If you could give a solid example, then we could look into
> how/why/what mark-up is contributing to this behaviour and how to
> proceed, but without any confirmation it is difficult to keep this as
> an open issue.
> Could you create a test page somewhere, so that you do not have to
> disclose any sensitive data for your employer?
> brian suda
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