I would preface that with documentation that explains what functionality in the shopping cart contributes to SEO. The GTIN, UPC, EAN-13, alt image titles per image, social sharing, et al. Everything else boils down to an artistic opinion better served as a blog article.
I understand a lot. However, various modules also have h2 tags. I wanted to suggest this as a possible improvement. Personally, that’s too many for me personally. No matter if it is on the start page, the category page or the product page.
In the standard system / template I know it’s ok …
But it’s the total number of h-tags that I have on each page. Through the modules with their headings, the relationship between content and headings is negatively affected.
The content of a good page should have many words, but if there are more headings, much more text must be written and that should make sense to page fit. That is not always easy.
Therefore, I hoped that the modules could be improved with their headings for any updates. For example, instead of h2 to set a h4 or h5 or general headings css-class adapted.
Sure, like looking at this sitemap, http://redwrappings.com.au/1_en_1_sitemap.xml You might need to save it and explode it out something like PHP storm or something. You can see the image files are referenced to the CDN, but the CDN by default has https://cdn.redwrappings.com.au/robots.txt so it is denying the crawling of the images. This is common with some CDNs and an option with others.
I was wondering if it would be considered more beneficial to most people if the module just skipped the whole CDN and output the image urls to the source server.
@dosbiner said in Recommended SEO practice for deleted products:
too complicated for me when you have to edit the products one by one, I prefer use this way to automaticaly set visibility to none if stock quantity = 0
@zimmer-media said in Recommended SEO practice for deleted products:
you can find a solution example here
Both of you, thanks for sharing. dosbiners’s solution looks like something I’d be able to pull off myself, so I’ll look into it for future products.