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Repeating script on several pages - duplicate content?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by jumkor, Feb 3, 2014.

  1. jumkor

    jumkor Newbie

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    Hi,

    i have a car insurance website where i use a javascript calculator to compare the insurance prices. Would it be bad, if i would insert this script to more than one page? Because my visitors come to the website through the subpages and then they have to navigate to the page with the calculator, which i dont think is very good.

    So is it considered as duplicate ?content?
     
  2. gamingmaster42

    gamingmaster42 Regular Member

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    I think you'll be fine. Consider, if that was considered as duplicate content, stylesheets, meta tags, etc. would also have to be considered as duplicate content, and that doesn't make much sense.
     
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  3. davethompson

    davethompson Newbie

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    Its Ok, JavaScript is not a content, if you find out than you will probably see many website which has slide show on every page and slide shows are mostly created in the JavaScript therefore Google understand that and it does not comes in the copy content.
     
  4. ContentWriter

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    It's not considered as a duplicate content.
    If it was, Copyscape would have detected lots of plagiarized scripts.