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Is there a published guide on the implications on SEO and SPEED when activating cal_init_nonajax=”yes”
My organizer/location page EVENTS are very slow with this on/off. (5 seconds)
Though this seems to be a new issue.
My eventcard pages are near immediate to load. And the location/organizer pages were near immediate prior. So, Im uncertain as to what changed, and how to get the location/organizer pages back to fast speed they were at prior.
And I generally dont understand what needs to be done with this organizer/location pages, because when this is set to yes, it is populating event schema on the location/organizer pages.Jan 24,2023 AT 8:38AM - 7 months ago -
Perhaps Im living in an alternate reality. The pages seem to be loading fast this am on both organizer/location pages. After about 10 days of them scoring terribly on GTMETRIX and taking 5 seconds….. Im clueless as to what changed.
Though I still do need input on the SEO effects of activating (cal_init_nonajax=”yes”) on location/organizer pages. I know this is a strategic decison, and Im curious eventon has a position or a guide on the implications on SEO with this function that seems to be applying schema on location/organizer pages
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Thank you. My main question(s) are the implications of using the following short codes on on pages, including organizer/location/type pages.
Ive read the literature, however Im not sure exactly what these do. And perhaps some use cases would help. Also, Im not sure if I should be trying to prevent keyword cannibalization by using cal_init_nonajax=”no”
so I came across this from a google search. Cus I am not an expert on this subject and I hate to assume things.
If you still allow access to single event pages, those would get SEO crawled as well and would go into search indexes.