Tag Archives: mozilla

The power of Headless Chrome and browser automation (Google I/O ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] ERIC BIDELMAN: My name is Eric Bidelman. I’m a web developer, but basically, I’m an engineer that works in the Chrome team, but I also work in developer relations, which means I help you guys, web developers, build kind of the latest, greatest web experiences, adopt new APIs, and lately I’ve been focused… Read More »

Add a sitemap for more than 50,000 URLs – SEO Snippets

[MUSIC PLAYING] JOHN MUELLER: Today’s question is about sitemap files. Mike from India asks, how do we add a sitemap for more than 50,000 URLs? Sitemap files are a great way to make your content known to Google and to other search engines. However, they’re limited to 50,000 URLs per file. What do you do… Read More »

Can my URLs use non-English words? – SEO Snippets

[MUSIC PLAYING] JOHN MUELLER: Today’s question comes from John, from Switzerland– that’s me. My question– so can URLs use local non-English words? For sites that target users outside of English-speaking regions, it’s sometimes unclear, if they can really use their own language for URLs. And if so, what about non-English characters? Google Search uses URLs… Read More »