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Google search now finds SVG documents

02 Sep 2010

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You can now use Google search to find SVG doc­u­ments. SVG is an open, XML-based for­mat for vec­tor graph­ics with sup­port for inter­ac­tive elements.
Goole indexes SVG con­tent whether it is in a stand­alone file or embed­ded directly in HTML. The web is big, so it may take some time before Google can crawl and index most SVG files, but as of today you may start see­ing them in your search results. If you want to see it your­self, try search­ing for [sitemap site:fastsvg.com] or [HideShow site:svg-whiz.com]
If you host SVG files and you wish to exclude them from Google’s search results, you can use the “X-Robots-Tag: noin­dex” direc­tive in the HTTP header.

You can now use Google search to find SVG doc­u­ments. SVG is an open, XML-based for­mat for vec­tor graph­ics with sup­port for inter­ac­tive ele­ments.
Goole indexes SVG con­tent whether it is in a stand­alone file or embed­ded directly in HTML. The web is big, so it may take some time before Google can crawl and index most SVG files, but as of today you may start see­ing them in your search results. If you want to see it your­self, try search­ing for sitemap site:fastsvg.com or HideShow site:svg-whiz.com
If you host SVG files and you wish to exclude them from Google’s search results, you can use the “X-Robots-Tag: noin­dex” direc­tive in the HTTP header.

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