Goodbye Flash: Google will stop indexing Flash content in search results
It’s the end of days for Adobe Flash. Google has announced it will stop supporting Flash content. If the web pages have Flash content, Google will stop indexing them.
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Goodbye Flash…End of an era!!!
Thank you Flash for making the web a little exciting. (Yeah there was a time when we loved you)
How many of you really played with Flash?? pic.twitter.com/fiV5eLfrL4
— Malhar Barai (@MalharBarai) October 29, 2019
End of Flash
In a blog post, Google said, “We will stop supporting Flash later this year. In Web pages that contain Flash content, Google Search will ignore the Flash content. Google Search will stop indexing standalone SWF files.
Users and websites won’t see any impact from this change.
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Google, Mozilla, Microsoft, and Apple will all entirely remove the ability to run Flash content on their browsers soon.