Web pages using hidden text tactics are still at risk of receiving a manual action from Google. A manual action is when someone at Google reviews a site and finds it violates Banner Design Google's guidelines. Difference Between Hidden Text and Hidden Tabbed Content The hidden text penalty may seem confusing. Advertising Continue reading below Many sites, large and small, offer hidden content behind a tab where all it takes is a click to see the content. There Banner Design is a difference between hidden text and hidden content behind a tab. The difference is that the web page gives the user a visible signal that there is more content and how to get it. The signal is usually a phrase like "Learn more".
Important that what users see (on a mobile device) matches what the search engine sees. Advertising Continue reading below Google renders the web Banner Design page to approximate what a user can see. If the content is hidden behind a “Learn More” link to make the content visible on the page, then that's okay. If a user can see it, Google can see it too. Google sees web pages as a user. Google has confirmed this way of managing tabbed content over the years. And Banner Design Google continues to claim that nothing has changed in how it handles hidden tabbed content. In fact, Google has been doing well with content hidden behind clickable tabs since at least 2013.