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Test tag/type Error Recommendation Team to Fix
Inline CSS Inline CSS found in source code within the body or head Move all inline style definitions to external files. Search engine crawlers ignore inline CSS.  Excessive inline CSS can push actual content down in the HTML.  Since search engine crawlers analyze only the first 100 Kbytes of the page, it is possible that the inline CSS will prevent the crawlers from analyzing any content.  It is recommended that CSS be externally referenced. Technical (on-page)
Inline JS Inline JS found in source code within the body or head Move all inline JavaScript to externally referenced files. Search engine crawlers ignore inline JavaScript.  Excessive inline JavaScript can push content down in the HTML.  Since search engine crawlers analyze only the first 100 Kbytes of the page, it is possible that the inline JavaScript will prevent the crawlers from analyzing any content.  It is recommended that JavaScript be externally referenced. Technical (on-page)
Inline CSS More than 30% of Inline CSS found within the body of the source code Reorganize the BODY copy higher in the source code. Search engine crawlers analyze only the first 100 Kbytes of the page. If the actual content starts too far down, the page may be ignored. Technical (on-page)
Inline CSS More than 30% of Inline CSS found within the head of the source code Utilize exteranl CSS files for font, body and links styles and formatting whenever possible. Search engine crawlers analyze only the first 100 Kbytes of the page. If the actual content starts too far down, the page may be ignored. Technical (on-page)
Inline JS More than 30% of Inline JS found within the body of the source code Reorganize the BODY copy higher in the source code. Search engine crawlers analyze only the first 100 Kbytes of the page. If the actual content starts too far down, the page may be ignored. Technical (on-page)
Inline JS More than 30% of Inline JS found within the head of the source code Utilize exteranl JS files for behaviors and link functions whenever possible. Search engine crawlers analyze only the first 100 Kbytes of the page. If the actual content starts too far down, the page may be ignored. Technical (on-page)
Code to copy ratio More than 40% of the source code contains inline script which forces valuable content to appear late in the file which may impact the ability  for crawlers to fully cache the page Reorganize the BODY copy higher in the source code. Search engine crawlers analyze only the first 100 Kbytes of the page. If the actual content starts too far down, the page may be ignored. Technical (on-page)
Code evaluation Page Weight Return the HTML size of the URL. Page weight is a good proxy for crawl time investment required by the Search Engines. The lower the page weight, the quicker the crawler will be able to download and parse the content it discovers Technical (on-page)
Ajax/Javascript Ajax or javascript is used on the site Search engines cannot read AJAX, because most search engines won't read most JavaScript. So when you implement AJAX or JavaScript, make sure to give search engines alternative methods of getting to the same content that is accessible via the AJAX form. . Where possible, render valuable content and links onto the page in plain html. In other words, include static HTML links to an HTML page with the same content. Use the <noscript> tag as you can see in the following example: <body> Call AJAX and JavaScript here <script type="text/javascript"> <!--document.write(”content")//--> </script> <noscript> <p>Same content as in JavaScript</p> </noscript> </body> The solution to creating AJAX that is SEO friendly is to ensure that you are building your site using Progressive Enhancement (HIJAX) and Unobtrusive JavaScript. URL issues that could lead to canonicalization and duplicate content issues can be avoided using methods like Hijax. In short, search engines are challenged by elements (Scripts, CSS, Objects,…) embedded in the HTML. Therefore, we need to present easier ways for them to read and index our content in case we are using any script which is hard to read. Technical (on-page)

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