• http://updateox.com/ Rabin

    Any suggestion fro how we should design WordPress sites. WordPress site doesn’t have much pages to link but we still have Older/Newer entries on home/archive pages and Previous/Next article on article pages. So do we have only one rel=next/prev tag to work with or have something more to explore?

  • http://twitter.com/audette Adam Audette

    Rabin – I believe Yoast’s WP plugin handles this “out of the box.” Check it out: http://yoast.com/wordpress/seo/ and he also has a guide that includes pagination for WP here: http://yoast.com/articles/wordpress-seo/#pagination

  • http://updateox.com/ Rabin

    @twitter-10105272:disqus I’m already using this plugin on all of my WP sites.

    Though I was not asking for how to do this, I want to know the perfect(no thing is perfect I know) or the better options we have and can play with WordPress.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=720751969 Craig Broadbent

    Any thoughts on whether the other search engines are using the new pagination tags, and not just Google?

  • http://twitter.com/incrediblehelp Jaan Kanellis

    How about forums?  I would think implementing here would make sense or is this what Google considers time-sequential pages?  I can see this on the category pages of a forum, but within threads it makes sense to have Google index these paginated pages?

  • Iwein Dekoninck

    I’m wondering why you are so keen to avoid component pages firing at search time with rel=”prev/next” method? I’m thinking that if a component page is most relevant to the search query, it would be fine to return that result, especially as it appears to be an edge case.

  • http://twitter.com/paxtongeller Paxton Geller

    Well, this may sound ignorant, but if I choose to apply robots noindex to the rel prev/next component pages (which is, of course, strictly optional), I wonder if possible microdata in those pages will be omitted in the index.

    I mean, if I choose to mark up product listing pages with some kind of microdata for rich snippet or any such sort of things, am I not essentially preventing search engines from indexing them?

  • audette

    I generally lean towards noindex, follow for WP since its ‘pages’ are usually a series of posts or articles (or pages) and aren’t related components in a single series. Just be careful because WP can generate a ton of URLs and anything in the head obviously needs to be fetched to be counted.

  • http://twitter.com/sharithurow sharithurow

    Users love view all pages? REAAALLLYYYY?? Somebody page me when Google gets usability right…or at least frames their usability statements properly.

    Same sentiment for download time…

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