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WORDPRESS - HTML QUESTION

Discussion in 'Programming' started by ammylosh, Apr 11, 2017.

  1. ammylosh

    ammylosh Newbie

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    I have a code of a sign-up form,
    and I enter it to the page, and it show me that I have 138 words,

    HOW can I not index the words on the page, but still have my sign up form.

    I tried HTML Snippet plugins, it still shows the words.
     
  2. Captain America

    Captain America Newbie

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    The only absolute bullet proof way would be to
    1. create the page with HTML
    2. publish it
    3. browse to it in a browser
    4. take a screen-shot of it
    5. remove the html that you don't want indexed
    6. place the image in place of it.

    Note: this is only if you don't want a part of the page indexed. if you don't want the entire page indexed you can add the "noindex" meta ROBOTS tag.
     
  3. AneaKr

    AneaKr Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'm assuming that you're wanting to index the page but not a particular snippet? (you could robots.txt the whole page if so)

    There is also a meta no index tag:

    Code:
    <!--googleoff: index-->
    ...content inserted here...
    <!--googleon: index>
    I have never had a need for this, but it should work.
     
  4. iomatt

    iomatt Registered Member

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    With a simple cloaker, hiding content based on user-agent you can do this easily.
     
  5. alwaystoday

    alwaystoday Junior Member

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