Accessible site changes are not against Google’s Webmaster Guidelines.

Google’s John Mرller has said that changing the site in the spirit of access would not result in a fine on Google or a violation of Google’s Webmaster Guidelines. John said. Twitter “I don’t see any problem.”

The initial reason he didn’t see it as an issue was because he said “access elements aren’t usually the keywords you’re trying to categorize.” But even if those are the keywords you are trying to categorize, they said it would definitely not be a reason to fine.

Here are the tweets:

John was then told, “Well, yes, the keywords can match the words they want to categorize,” and he said, “If it’s in your basic content, that’s fine.”

So in the name of accessibility, Google will give you the benefit of the doubt – maybe. 🙂

Discussion on the forum. Twitter.

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