On 20 December 2013 23:30, Federico Leva (Nemo) <nemow...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Svip, 20/12/2013 23:27:
>
>> Looking at the Google results, the first two are from Wikipedia (and
>> these are the old logo), but from the articles [[Wikipedia:Wikipedia
>> logos]] and [[Logo of Wikipedia]].  Both of which still includes the
>> old logo.
>>
>> I think the article(s) in question might be key to this, and not what
>> the file names are.
>
> Does unlinking them reduce their pagerank?
> https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Logo_of_Wikipedia&diff=587018748&oldid=586942588

I don't know.  On a regular web page, it wouldn't, because I think
Google Images is managed differently, it is not looking for images
that are link, but just for images in the right context.  However, I
am sure Google has some special mechanic for dealing with MediaWiki
websites, so it can 'index' better.

But my ultimate prediction is that it won't make a difference.  I
could be wrong, though.

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