Question: Can you hide your source code from public/competitors?
If you are forced to use (or choose to use) a format that hides text from search engines, try to use the right keywords and phrases in headlines, title tags, URLs, and image file names on the page. But if the source is being hidden, you are probably putting obstacles not just to competitors but to Google. So this is strongly NOT recommended.
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