Tema en 'General' iniciado por Guiliresh, 5 Feb 2013.
pasando datos a pdf, para que no se puedan indexarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
DIria que si qu ese puede indexar, asique mejor pasalo a imagen. En google hay una opcion "avanzada" para buscar solo pdfs. Quizas estamos hablando de cosas diferentes y me estoy pasando de listo
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1. Can Google index all types of PDF files?
Fortunately Google can access and index the majority of PDF files but there are a few exceptions. PDF's that are encrypted or password protected are inaccessible to the search engines, for example. The rule that Google gives is that if you can copy text from a PDF file and paste it into a standard text document then they should hopefully be able to index it.
2. Can Google index images from PDF files?
Google cannot index images directly from PDF files unless they have a separate HTML page set up for them. Even on standard web pages Google cannot index images accurately unless they are attributed with a relevant and descriptive 'ALT tag' - this renders them inaccessible for the search engines when they are contained in PDF documents.
3. Can Google index links in PDF files?
Links in PDF files are treated similarly to standard HTML links. The one exception is that links placed in PDF documents cannot have the 'nofollow' attribute attached to them, but they can still pass PageRank and various other authority-relevant ranking signals. Links placed in a PDF file may even be followed by the search engines after the file itself has been crawled and indexed.
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