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Internal Links

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Test tag/type Error Recommendation Team to Fix
carriage return A carriage return is found in the source code of the link Remove carriage returns from the page's HTML. Search Engines parse HTML as a single string and carriage returns in the code prevent them form doing this easily Technical (on-page)
anchor text Internal links (links to pages on your site) does not include anchor text or anchor text include not descriptive terms like "click here" or "more info". Provide a descriptive anchor text in the internal links. Search Engines treat the anchor text of a link as indicative of the content of the target page that link points to. Without anchor text the target page has no attributed keywords and therefore no relevance. Never use “click here” or “see more” for a link. The link text should describe where the link will take the user, such as “more examples of CSS web design” or “learn how we can improve your SEO.” Editorial
javascript link Link embedded in <script></script> tags Remove links form inside <SCRIPT> tags or provide a downlevel experience with hard-coded links in a <NOSCRIPT> tag or other method. Search engines can only consume content which is transmitted with the response object pre-page load time. This means that any content which changes on the page once it is loaded, initiated by the client, is not presented to search engines and will not therefore be considered as relevant Technical (on-page)
consistent URL structure / protocol  - homepage.com/ Different domain names or URL extensions are used in the links to the homepage. For example, yourwebsite.com/ and yourwebsite.com/default.aspx Ensure that the page's URL follows one of the internal standard URL formats: http://www.yourwebsite.com/folder/ (End with "/" if URL ends with a folder name)  http://www.yourwebsite.com/default.aspx?var=1 (Must have URL parameter if using default file name)  http://www.yourwebsite.com/article.aspx (If NOT default file name, OK to not have URL parameter). Search engines identify unique pages through URLs.  When a page can be accessed through multiple URLs, a search engine assumes that there are multiple unique pages.  To prevent any dilution of a page's relevancy, it is imperative that a given page is referenced by a single URL.  By following a standard URL format, such dilution can be prevented. Technical (on-page)
count Number of Links found on Page Reduce number of links on this page to less than 250. Search Engines discover all links on a page and then crawl as many as they calculate they can given the overall number of links in that site or on that page. Best practise is to not present more than 250 bespoke or unique links on that page. Technical (on-page)
Case sensitive URL contains upper cases characters Set all links to lower case. Search Engines can treat mixed case URLs as duplicates due to UNIX treating them differently Editorial
relative / absolute Use of relative links Replace releative links with absolute links. Search Engines can parse either relative or absolute links, but at scale it is more efficient to crawl absolute links and therefore enables more or deeper crawling through a site. Technical (on-page)
Title tag in navigational links The internal links on your page doesn't have title tag. Your navigation links should have title attributes that match the titles of your pages. This looks like <a title=”name of page” href=”link”>.. On each link where the link text itself might not be sufficient for the reader to decide whether to click the link, add a title attribute. For a link to a book, Dive Into Python, on your navigation bar a link should be as following: <a title="Free Python book for experienced programmers" href="http://diveintopython.org/">Dive Into Python</a> Technical (on-page)
Cross linking There are less than 3 internal links on your site Link to all main pages of your site from every page. Cross linking or deep linking will help you direct search engines to content that might not be linked from your homepage as a top level category. Editorial
Cross linking One or more internal links (links to other pages on your website) are given using an image, dynamic javascript, flash, DHTML or Ajax code Always prefer a clean HTML link when linking to other pages on your site.. When you are cross linking, please avoid creating links using an image, dynamic javascript, flash, DHTML or Ajax code, as this  will risk the crawlability of those linked pages Technical (on-page)

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