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Testing JS: Nothing To See Here

Seriously, I am just testing some stuff out with Googlebot. The javascript running on this page should help us know a couple of things…

1. Does Google wait for timeouts and display that content in the index? is that content searchable?
2. How does Google handle content generated at intervals in javascript?
3. Will Google index content that is only displayed after an action like a button click occurs?

It is worth pointing out that it appears Google is still asynchronously parsing Javascript. This page was almost instantly indexed by Google, but the javascript generated content has not been parsed.

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