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Old 04-11-2013, 02:20 AM
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Hi,

Sorry to keep you waiting. The codes that will enable you to integrate AJAX indexing for any PHP site are currently under testing. As soon as it is finished, we will share them along with the simple step-by-step instruction on how to use them. No exact ETA though, sorry.
It looks like you have updated this page with information pertaining to this issue. I tried to implement the solution without success.

Make sure your setup meets the following requirements:

Make sure you are on paid Ecwid plan. ---> YES
Your site's web server must allow you to edit your site's codes and to add new PHP files ---> YES
PHP must be enabled on your server. I.e. the web server must be able to execute PHP files and CURL PHP extension must be installed and enabled on the sever ---> Yes

You can download the script here: https://github.com/makfruit/ecwid_ajax_indexing . The file name is 'ecwid_ajax_indexing.php' .

Downloaded and named the file ecwid_ajax_indexing.php

place it in your site's directory on your server. ---> Yes

Add the following code in the head section of the file (between the <head> and </head> tags) before title and description tags:

<?php
$ecwid_store_id = 748114;
include_once "http://www.marinerproducts.com/ecwid_ajax_indexing.php";
if (!isset($_GET['_escaped_fragment_'])) {
echo '<meta name="fragment" content="!" />';
}
?>

Find the Ecwid widgets integration code and add the following code after it:

<?php

echo '<!-- START Google AJAX indexing for Ecwid -->';

echo $ecwid_html_index;

echo '<!-- END Google AJAX indexing for Ecwid -->';

?>

Please clarify this statement with an example. I went to http://marinerproducts.com/our-products.html and found the widget, added the code, but it shows on the page.

Looks like everything is in order with PHP

http://marinerproducts.com/phpinfo.php

Thanks

The response from the ecwid team is:

The issue must be caused by two things:

1. Here, an absolute path should be used, not URL.

Code: include_once "http://www.marinerproducts.com/ecwid_ajax_indexing.php";

----> Should this be: include_once "/ecwid_ajax_indexing.php";

2. The page where you place the code must have php extension, not html.

The both are requirements of all web servers.

----> Change the page name from http://marinerproducts.com/our-products.html to http://marinerproducts.com/our-products.php ??
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Old 04-11-2013, 10:07 AM
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Looking at step 3. What is the ecwid widgets integration?
Sorry- not sure what you are talking about here. Is it the page where I put the main store code? or is it any page I have put a ecwid category or code on? or Is it in the ecwid plug in editor? or is in my ecwid back end somewhere? Where exactly do I find it?

Anxious to clear up escaped fragments and duplicate titles it has gone on long enough.
Sorry to ask stupid questions, but I am not a programmer- and sort of disappointed seo does not work out of the box without coding
Hi,

If I get it right, you're using Ecwid in Wordpress. Right?

If so, all you need to do is install the latest version of our ready Wordpress plugin:
http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/15853308/...andJoomlausers

It is not necessary for you to do anything about implementing custom scripts discussed here.
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Old 04-11-2013, 10:13 AM
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1. Here, an absolute path should be used, not URL.

Code: include_once "http://www.marinerproducts.com/ecwid_ajax_indexing.php";

----> Should this be: include_once "/ecwid_ajax_indexing.php";
It depends on where you place the 'ecwid_ajax_indexing.php' file on your web server. If it is placed in the same directory as the store page PHP file, the include statement would be:
Code:
include_once "./ecwid_ajax_indexing.php";
(Mind the dot).

The exact path depends on your server settings and directories catalog structure. Please, consult your hosting support as to which exactly path should be used to point exactly to the given file.


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2. The page where you place the code must have php extension, not html.

The both are requirements of all web servers.

----> Change the page name from http://marinerproducts.com/our-products.html to http://marinerproducts.com/our-products.php ??
Yes, please try this.
With most web server configurations, it is required for PHP scripts to have 'php' extension - otherwise server won't be able to execute them.
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Old 04-12-2013, 01:36 AM
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Hi,

If I get it right, you're using Ecwid in Wordpress. Right?

If so, all you need to do is install the latest version of our ready Wordpress plugin:
http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/15853308/...andJoomlausers

It is not necessary for you to do anything about implementing custom scripts discussed here.
No. I wish I did. I have built the site in Adobe Muse. Do you have a solution for Adobe Muse?
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No. I wish I did. I have built the site in Adobe Muse. Do you have a solution for Adobe Muse?
The message you quotes wasn't a reply to your questions - it was for Ladystrange. Please find the reply to you in my previous message.
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Old 04-12-2013, 08:18 PM
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Good afternoon,
I see that the article about how to implement this was updated yesterday. I followed the new instructions (specifically where to put the little snippet of php) and it now seems to work. It is showing my list of categories. Does that mean Google will follow that and get to all my products. Or shall I do something differently?

This is me
http://www.thetichelshop.com/product...ped_fragment_=

Thanks for all of the help and any suggestions
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Old 04-15-2013, 02:03 AM
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I followed the instructions as required by Ecwid and it seemed to have worked.

http://www.marinerproducts.com/our-products.php

The only question I have... How do I know if it worked or not? I implemented the php coding but have no idea how to do a quality assurance test and ensure it's functioning properly.

Thanks
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Good afternoon,
I see that the article about how to implement this was updated yesterday. I followed the new instructions (specifically where to put the little snippet of php) and it now seems to work. It is showing my list of categories. Does that mean Google will follow that and get to all my products. Or shall I do something differently?

This is me
http://www.thetichelshop.com/product...ped_fragment_=

Thanks for all of the help and any suggestions
Bentzi
Hi Bentzi,

As far as I can see, everything is installed properly on your site. I'd also recommend adding codes for generating of titles and descriptions as described here (see the 'Advanced options'):
http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/62638683/...e#Installation
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I followed the instructions as required by Ecwid and it seemed to have worked.

http://www.marinerproducts.com/our-products.php

The only question I have... How do I know if it worked or not? I implemented the php coding but have no idea how to do a quality assurance test and ensure it's functioning properly.

Thanks
Hi

The general instructions on how to verify it works are given here:
http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/62638683/...Xindexingworks

I've inspected your site. Everything seems to be installed properly. A few notes:
1. You added the 'fragment' meta tag twice. I'd recommend removing one of them.

2. I'd also recommend adding codes for generating of titles and descriptions as described here (see the 'Advanced options'):
http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/62638683/...e#Installation
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Old 04-18-2013, 05:00 AM
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Hi

The general instructions on how to verify it works are given here:
http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/62638683/...Xindexingworks

I've inspected your site. Everything seems to be installed properly. A few notes:
1. You added the 'fragment' meta tag twice. I'd recommend removing one of them.

2. I'd also recommend adding codes for generating of titles and descriptions as described here (see the 'Advanced options'):
http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/62638683/...e#Installation
I have implemented your solution and receive the expected result. I think. http://www.marinerproducts.com/our-p...ped_fragment_=

I see the categories at the bottom of the page.

The next question I have is in regards to the 100's of products within the cart. So you have now provided a solution for getting the actual 'page' ranked. What about each individual product? Does this solution actually work for displaying the product level details like product title and product description in search engines?

Thanks
 
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