HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the predominant markup language used for creating web pages. In modern web pages, HTML is used to markup the contents of the website, while CSS and Javascript are used to define the styles and behaviors respectively.

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Inserting <img> into <a> with the same image and SEO

I'm going to use the fancyBox jQuery plugin in the new responsive web design of my website to allow the user to open images in full size. As it is RWD, all images will be resized to fit the available ...
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Is there any special tag for web master to crawler page

My page is based on HTML and I need to subscribe for google webmaster and bing so I know how to give short description about my page So that it easy to crawl my page my page is full of html code and ...
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Template websites vs Building website from scratch when considering SEO

Do companies which offer template websites (such as Wix and Weebly) offer as much SEO customization and versatility such that they can not be considered less effective in Search Engine Listings, than ...
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Cloudflare: Cache static HTML when URL has Query String

Quick CloudFlare 'new user' question for you: BACKGROUND: The HTML pages served up by my origin server never change. All dynamic content is download via JavaScript after the page is loaded in the ...
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How to avoid html tags in Google search summary

I am using CKEditor to let people describe their organization with all the styles and fonts. So when it saves in the database its like < gets saved as &gt and rest all you know for the html ...
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Does a script tag really need a color defined?

I went to achecker.ca to test my website for accessibility issues. While it found no actual problems, it found about 100 potential issues. One of them is this: 1.4 Distinguishable: Make it easier ...
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Does image dimensions outside image tag also slow page loading?

I am using height and width for images in css before img tag (css in same page header) so I think there is no need to set dimensions in img tag. But when I checked speed in different online tools, ...
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Is text in a link crawable

I have a product box that is encapsulated in a hyperlink so that the entire box is clickable. Within this box I have text about the product (e.g. product name, price, etc). However, as the text is ...
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Web page stopped working correctly (with a publisher error). What might be wrong?

I have a complex web page that I created in an n-tiered environment. Users can use drop down menus to create their own customized graphs. The graphs aren't appearing all of a sudden. Users get ...
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Can images be combined using the clip CSS Property while still maintaining image SEO and semantics?

I have two images in my web page. Actually there are 20 but I want to keep things simple: <div> <img src="apple.png" alt="Apple" /> <img src="orange.png" alt="Orange" /> &...
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When should I use the “crossorigin” attribute on a “preconnect” <link>?

I’d like to include some preconnect resource hints on my site so that browsers can (for example) connect to the jQuery CDN before they actually see the script tag that invokes the CDN. I’m not sure ...
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How to do SEO for dynamically loaded videos

I got an vimeo-video which is loaded into an overlay-div, if the user clicks a button. How can I provide SEO on my website for the dynamically inserted video-iframe? Can I just meta-tags in the markup ...
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checking for duplicate title and meta description tags across multiple subdomains

I know in Google Webmaster Tools, under "search appearance" for any domain, there's an "HTML Improvements" section which only checks crawled URLs specifically for that domain. My website has ...
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Why doesn't <link rel=“alternate” … /> work with <base href=“…” /> in structured testing tool?

Is there any good reason why using <base href="https://example.com/"/> causes structured data testing tool (SDTT) errors to fly from alternate links such as <link rel="alternate" href="this....
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Using the <audio> tag with a “.ogg” mp3 stops in Chrome when I change tracks

I'm using the following code to stream audio on a web page: <audio controls autoplay="autoplay"><source src="http://example:8001/mpd.ogg" type="audio/mp3"> It works just well on Firefox, ...
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Why cannot I reproduce Confirm form resubmission scenario?

I have the following code, which is just a simple HTML form (POST method). I have tried to get the "Confirm form resubmission" message of the browser, by sending the form, hitting browser's back ...
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If I used CSS to size an image, would google understand the new size?

Say I have this html code (replace x and y with actual numbers): <html> <head> <style> IMG {width: 100%;height: auto; max-width:xpx; max-height:ypx;} </style> &...
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Multiple touchscreen setup/display

I hope this is in the correct SE area. I have been tasked with designing a touchscreen interface for multiple display screens. I have successfully designed this using html, css & php (a simple ...
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How do bots/automation treat unnecessary &nbsp; from WYSIWYG editors?

Basically WYSIWYG editors do their best, but still fail on a number of fronts. One being their use of &nbsp; in certain situations. For example, in newish CKeditors when fixing parts of sentences, ...