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7. Save the template files, update the page or post that you’ve specified JavaScript in, and click publish. The page or post will now be published with the JavaScript properly inserted into the template.

The Advanced Custom Fields option offers quite a bit of functionality. You may want to define your rules specific to certain users, published pages, or page templates rather than Administrators and all posts and pages. We’d highly recommend narrowing down access to adding scripts to only the pages, posts and users that they are required for.

A caution about JavaScript and SEO

While JavaScript usage can be beneficial to developers, it can also be problematic for SEO. Search engines will do their best to crawl, execute, and interpret your JavaScript code, but this process is far from guaranteed.

A WordPress page or post will only appear in search engines results (and rank well for SEO) if the search engines are able to crawl, render, and digest your full content. When JavaScript is implemented poorly, this will not happen. If the search engines are unable to fully crawl and render your content, the crawlers will depart and your content will simply not rank in search.

To prevent JavaScript issues with SEO, make sure your content is crawlable, obtainable, and isn’t developing site latency obstructions. It is also wise to use real URLs and set your Robots.txt file to allow crawling of JavaScript.

If you are unsure about the health of your JavaScript code, just use the Fetch as Google option. The Fetch as Google tool lets you test how Google crawls or renders a WordPress page or post. You can use this tool to see if the Googlebot can access a page on your site, view how it renders the page, and determine if any page resources are being blocked to the Googlebot. This tool simulates Google’s crawl and render process, so it is the perfect tool for debugging and discovering possible JavaScript issues within your website.

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