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Will the next databridge version use procedural mysqli or object orientated mysqli?

Thread began 8/07/2013 4:40 am by biesheuvel378713 | Last modified 8/14/2014 11:53 am by biesheuvel378713 | 662 views | 8 replies

henrik441511

I am also thinking of new updates will take care of SEO - maybe SPA concepts - I bought an SEO php plugin at dmxzone and thought it could be used togeteher with webassist - both php - got this answer !!??

Hello Henrik,The way data generated with webassist plugins is different than the way we render the data with HTML5 Data Bindings. HTML5 Data Bindings uses AJAX in order to render the data faster (client-side) and search engine bots are not "good" at reading AJAX rendered data, that's why you need the HTML5 Data Bindings SEO - in order to make your dynamic content on the page "readable" by the search engine bots.

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