HTML5 is the fifth revision of and currently the latest version of HTML (HyperText Markup Language). The fifth revision of HTML introduced many new syntactic features such as video, audio, canvas as well as section and article to name a few, with which the content of websites may be better ...

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what's the purpose of hidden div's? [closed]

I'm trying to learn about web applications and when I inspect the code of some websites I can see some divs that has no content and sometimes no size. I would like to know what problem do they fix and ...
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Designers using 2400px monitor, coders using 1920px monitor, final sites not matching what designers invisioned

Is there any issue with a graphic designer using a 2400px monitor and then a web developer coding their web design on a 1920px monitor, and it looking the same? Say the artboard of the graphics ...
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Can HTML5 allow us to combine 25 pages that describe our product and still maintain SEO?

We currently have a web site that advertises a single product (a piece of software that deals with personnel information). That software has many features. Potential customers usually arrive at ...
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schema.org/Book with multiple authors

How would one write markup for a book with multiple authors? This is what I currently have, it is marked up for just one author: <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Book"> ...
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Do nested <aside> blocks have a meaning for SEO?

I have a portal site that draws content form various places. Some of this content has already included semantic tags like <aside> for ads therein. If I put this content in an <aside> ...
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Does Google index JavaScript generated HTML?

SO we are using click funnels, and it generates the HTML pages for you. When we looked at the HTML they provided, we realized that the HTML is generated from JavaScript. SEO is a huge concern for us. ...
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Can be use microdata with english for non-english websites?

My websites is Thai sites (non-english), I'm not sure google can be know or understand my websites in Thai. Can be explain about my websites structure in English by micro data? I think explain my ...
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Links to CSS in another folder are broken when trying to host a simple site on Google Drive

I have a simple website that I'd like to host on Google Drive. I have the contents separated into multiple folders, one for HTML, one for CSS, etc... and they're all stored in a main folder which I ...
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Is it okay to have irrelevant text in paragraph tags?

My Magento site and theme has a total of 30 paragraphs (<p>) in the source code of the product page. Only 5 are relevant to the product. Others include the the welcome message, phone number, ...
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Is using the Open Graph Protocol helpful, harmless, or harmful to SEO?

I am doing an SEO project and I noticed that all of the meta tags have an "og" in the property attribute of the tag, such as: <meta property="og:title" content="" /> <meta property="og:type" ...
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Do search engines follow the additionalType url in microdata?

For example <div itemscope itemtype="https://schema.org/ExerciseAction"> <meta itemprop="additionalType" content="http://www.productontology.org/id/Long-distance_running"> ...
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When using a stacked font-family, what does the browser use when NONE of the specified fonts are present?

Simple HTML code example: <p>font family</p> Simple CSS code example: p { font-family: Arial, Helvettica, sans-serif; } Browser looks for Arial Arial is not present then it ...
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Difference between px and em in html5 [closed]

Check this sample code <p style="font-size:30px">HTML</p> <br> <p style="font-size:30em">HTML</p> What is the difference between em and px ? In which place should I ...
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text-decoration under anchor tag

I have this snippet: <p><a href="http://www.example.com">Link to example site.</a> </p> a:link{ color:green; text-decoration:none; } a:visited{ color:pink; ...
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Why do sites still prefer Flash video over the HTML5 video format?

What is it about Flash video that makes sites still prefer it over the HTML5 video format? Why is Youtube's default format Flash, even though they have HTML5 version and they allow you to use it? Why ...
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How to convert from SWF to HTML5 and transfer to IPAD? [duplicate]

I made an Interactive animation by using Flash. But my clients wants an HTML version. And all they need is to play it in IPAD. My question is, Does anybody know how convert from SWF to HTML5 and ...
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My website does not connect properly with my domain?

I made a website in wix for free. I registered a free .tk domain and hosted the domain in 1freehosting.com. I used file2hd.com to save my wix website. After that i uploaded that file to the ftp so ...
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For SEO of the company name, should we use a logo with alt text or a company name div replaced in CSS with an image?

Which of these alternatives would be the less negative to Google search engine? <h1> <a href="#" title="Company Name"> <img src="img/logo.png" alt="Logo" title="Company ...
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Should I use section element for an image slider?

It is my understanding that the basic HTML5 layout is: <body> <header> </header> <nav> </nav> <section id="possible-image-slider"> </section> ...
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how to know if some one found my website in search engine and landed in landing page [closed]

if someone find my website in google/bing/yahoo or any search engine oren how can i know the particular person or IP come from these sources.
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Two datePublished for LiveBlogPosting

Based on the information below, I understand having a datePublished for the actual post on the WordPress blog index page, but it required a datePublished for the actual blog. How does Google treats ...
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Getting Google to index main section instead of nav in SERPs

I have a problem here where Google shows my <nav> instead of my main section in the SERPs. On top of that, because my nav is made up of inline elements, the result gets really messy: ...
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Why does Google not recognize hentry updated?

I have the following code for my date in my blogpost: <time class="date updated" datetime="2015-10-06"> <a href="http://www.foo.de/2015/10/06/">6. Oktober 2015</a> </time> ...
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SEO and the Iframe srcDoc attribute

For a project I'm working on we're relying on <iframe>'s to display encapsulated content, but we're concerned about SEO. My question is, how does Google/Bing view srcDoc content? Is it ...
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Inline SVG within H1

I'm in the process of updating my website by replacing large PNG images with inline SVG images. My current code looks something like this: <h1> <img src="logo.png" alt="Company Name" ...
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Where do I create the file .htaccess, in order to serve my HTML5 cache manifest file correctly?

From a post on http://diveintohtml5.org/offline.html (Wayback Machine Copy) Your cache manifest file can be located anywhere on your web server, but it must be served with the content type ...
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Get more specific Schema.org markup for my website

This is current schema see I want to write best specific with Google to promote my website using structured data markup. My business is "Counseling" in "Mental Health" category. Sample Schema for ...
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My website hosts various m4a files but they do not play in Internet Explorer

I've got an m4a file that loads properly in all browsers, except for Internet Explorer (no surprise). The error is: "Invalid source". My HTML5 code looks like this: <audio controls> ...
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Why my Microdata has errors on Google Structured Data Testing Tool?

I cannot figure out what is wrong here? I get error missing location,name,startDate while clearly it is there! I am using schema.org microdata. The weird thing is that I get 10 valid postalAddress ...
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Schema.org SiteNavigationElement markup

Should the Schema.org SiteNavigationElement be structured like this <div itemscope itemtype="http://www.schema.org/SiteNavigationElement"> <ul> <li itemprop="url"><a ...
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Flow content within anchor tags [duplicate]

Since HTML5, it is valid to have block elements within inline elements. So an <a> element can contain flow content which includes <div>, <img>, <h1>, <h2>, etc. <a ...
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Linking a Product and an AggregateRating to a Brand (itemref)

I have a Brand and a Product, I am associating the Product to the Brand like this: <h1 itemprop="brand" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Brand" id="v1437"> <span ...
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HTML img alt more than a line of text [closed]

We all know that if an img in HTML cannot be loaded, the alt text will be rendered instead. What if I want the alt be, say, a div? Maybe some JavaScript will help?
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Time element in WordPress site not in format required by HTML5

I'm trying to display blog posts using the BlogPosting schema, but I am having difficulty getting the date to display in an acceptable format. Currently, the responsive_child_post_meta_data() ...
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What is missing in my SEO checklist for new websites? [duplicate]

So I have a question about what can be done for SEO-purposes purely with coding (meaning this question is not about content strategies, keyword research, linkbuilding and stuff like that, but only ...
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My schema.org sturctured data is not showing up on google [duplicate]

It's been around a month since I've added structured data on my website. However, Google structured data testing tool is displaying "all is good". The data is not showing up in google (right side when ...
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HTML5+Microdata validation errors: Attribute 'content' not allowed on element 'p'

According to Google’s documentation about the Product Rich Snippet, when I want to mark product’s availability in my shop, I should do the following (using Microdata): <span ...
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html5 banner using Google Web Designer

I have create a html5 banner using Google Web Designer following pretty much all the guidelines (https://support.google.com/webdesigner/answer/3261498?hl=en&ref_topic=3261495&rd=1). I ...
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Can I use same 'itemtype' in Microdata twice?

I have an element in my website that shows the last updates of my website. My current structure of the website is this: <body itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/webpage" <div itemscope ...
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Name attribute is obsolete, what is the correct behavior when dealing with anchors?

Putting some code through the html5 validator, I get this: Warning: The name attribute on the a element is obsolete. Consider putting an id attribute on the nearest container instead. I ...
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Google can't recognize Schema.org image property from Product

How can I use itemprop="image" from http://schema.org/Product so Google can recognize it in this case? <a href="#" itemprop="image" data-remote="images/portfolio/image.jpg" ...
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Microdata reuse within another item

My intention is marking up my site with Microdata in a way I won't need to re-declare items that already exist in the page. For example, my header will always contain info regarding the ...
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SEO - aria-label vs .sr-only

For SEO purpose, I read that invisible content has less weight that visible. Because of that, it means that using Twitter Bootstrap's .sr-only class can be, in the worst case of course, treated as ...
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Aria Role Attributes Becoming Depreciated in HTML5?

W3C Validation Errors: "The navigation role is unnecessary for element nav. <nav role="navigation"> I'm having hgroup nightmare flashbacks. BTW, I still use hgroup - but as a CSS Class ...
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Title Attributes and Accessibility [duplicate]

I've been looking into accessibility recently and have read mixed articles regarding whether or not the title attributes should be included. It seems that there's a pretty good consensus that adding ...
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<h1> - Semantic impact vs. SEO impact

There's a lot of debate over the architecture of heading structure in html5. After reading various articles, I've come to three possible architectures that make logical sense to me, but I'm unsure ...
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Is it possible to change a page given its URL?

I have an HTML page. There is a link to another page. When I load this other page, it has a header which I do not want to appear. I do not have access to edit the source code for the existing HTML. ...
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How does Google handle <link> elements in the <body>?

As I get from here, link tags can be used in the body as long as they contain Microdata. I understand how this may come handy for specifying all sorts of properties, e.g. from Schema.org: author, ...
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Breadcrumbs with <div>, <span> or <li>?

Does it matter whether my microdata breadcrumb trail starts and ends with <div>, <span> or <li>? Consider <div> tag first: <div><span itemscope ...
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Are Microdata attributes valid on any element?

Is it valid to add Microdata attributes (e.g., using the Schema.org vocabulary), such as itemprop="name", to HTML elements that aren’t span or div? For example: <h2 class="product_name" ...