I have several links on the page where each of them shows the description of the object after clicking. I handle content loading with AJAX. The content can be also reached with full URL address which is stored in href attribute. So the description is loaded either dynamically ( after clicking on the link ) what cause expanding the bar and loading the text into empty DIV or I can display the description as separate page with full unique URL address. The second option is for SEO purpose. This way I can store addresses to all possible pages for google crawlers. Sitemap didn't make the job for some reason.
As I mentioned I store the URL in href attribute and don't want user to open new page of stored address after clicking on the link. In order to prevent this I've added "return false;" to onclick event. The template looks as follow:
Is using "return false" in onclick event safe from point of google view ?