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Can I use Cloudflare with Tumblr or cache images manually?

I've just setup Cloudflare on my tumblr blog (with custom domain). 1) As I understand it, this was actually pointless because images on tumblr blogs are hosted on media.tumblr.com/.../inline.jpg and ...
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Do image tags in sitemaps count towards the sitemap size limit?

I am working on adding the image:url tags inside the loc tag in our sitemaps. The documentation from Google says I can include up to 1000, image:url inside a loc tag. There is no mention if this 1000 ...
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Prevent image hotlinking from Amazon S3 and while allowing social networks

I'm using Amazon S3 to host some assets (mostly images) on a small project. I'm trying to find a way to prevent leeching (which can be very serious should someone tried to use a network of bots to ...
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Does lazy loading work on externally hosted images?

I will be using picasa or flickr for hosting images on my wordpress blog . And I have installed a image lazy loading plugin . Will lazy loading work for images hosted on picasa/flickr ?
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When a mod_rewrite redirect is in place, do absent <img>s still cost more server time than present <img>s?

I have a series of webpages in which the <html> refers to: <img src="img1.png" [...] /> <img src="img2.png" [...] /> <img src="img3.png" [...] /> After I realised that ...
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How to check if someone is using my website resources?

How can I check whether someone is using the resources hosted on my website? I have a website (coded in PHP) and I have uploaded a few images there. I want to know who is using those images on other ...
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Resized background images blurred in desktop Safari

The website I'm creating (test6.lazyfoxdesign.co.uk) is responsive and makes heavy use of images for the background. I use high resolution images and scale them down using CSS for smaller resolutions. ...
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How can I center my image in white space? [migrated]

How can I center my image in white space? I am using HTML, PHP or CSS. I am not sure of the best approach, but that is what I have involved so far. I only saw how to align an image within text on ...
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Non existent image files are not being handled by PHP as they should due to ngnix configuration

I am currently building a web application. In order for it to work properly I wrote this rule: location / { if (!-e $request_filename) { expires 168h; add_header Pragma public; ...
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How can I prevent Facebook from considering Google drive links unsafe on my website?

On my small website I've recently began using Google Drive as content delivery network. This is to solve resource usage issues with my provider. This worked well, but I'm confused because Facebook ...
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SEO impact of dynamically serving cropped images based on device type

I have a website and try to optimize it regarding device size. Due to a large image slider on the front page I could halve the size by serving smaller images for mobile devices (via simple user-agent ...
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Make my logo with white text show up better on Facebook and Google+ since they have white backgrounds

I have a logo with white text and a transparent background. The site is a dark theme. When Facebook and Google+ brings in my links. It is quite hard to see the logo. Is there way to tell these ...
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Does display:none on images have SEO impact? [duplicate]

I am using wookmark.js in order to load a Masonry styled grid in my website. As they recommend, I am using display:none CSS property to hide images until loading (detected by imagesLoaded) and then ...
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How does the Google Images preview panel work, and why is it not showing my image?

In Google Images, when an image is clicked in search results, an "image preview" appears with a blurry image (basically the cached low-res version) and then an updated, clearer version is swapper in ...
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Lazy loading images and effects on SEO

We are using the following technique to lazy load images in our site: For all images we put in the src attribute a url for a default img (i.e. a loader) and put the actual image url in the data-src ...
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Users upload images via text message

I was playing around in Photobucket and saw the upload via text message option. (Each users gets a unique "number") Does anyone know how to accomplish this or lead me in the right direction for it? I ...
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How does “background: url(image.ext)” work from an SEO standpoint?

Forgive me if this has been asked, all I found was SEO: h1 with text vs. h1 with bg image and hidden text which wasn't the same question. Will search engines pick up and index (in their image ...
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Images within noscript

Note: My question is not about JavaScript Note: My question is how to make the HTML accessible to search engines. Note: My question is not about hiding texts, is on block loading of ...
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Tomcat 6 broken images

I am using Tomcat 6 to serve both static content and dynamic content. For some reason, from time to time, I see that images are broken. It usually happens when I copy and paste the image URL to the ...
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How do I find out where my server is?

I have this image hosted through Dropbox and it loads slowly. I need to determine if the location of the server is too far away from my main audience so I can determine if that is the cause of the ...
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Where and how should I host images for fast access and with least headache

I'm deploying my website on Heroku. I need to store around 5000 profile picture and each will be accessed around 100 times per week. All my traffic is coming from Europe, so I'd prefer them to be ...
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Translated content: what is the best strategy of storing images? [duplicate]

I'd like to create a copy of my blog translated from Russian to English. English version will be located on another domain. What do I do with the images? I could keep the links to original images ...
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Google image search and data-image attribute

I'm noticing that images we have associated with a particular keyword-- for which we rank at the top for a regular search-- are not showing in the results for a Google image search. I'm wondering if ...
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What use could I have for an invalid GIF on my site? [closed]

I have found a 1x1 GIF embedded directly in Google homepage's HTML: How could I use such GIF on my site? To make it more interesting. I tried saving it through Chrome, then opening with GIMP, but ...
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For images, is Title or Alt tag more important for SEO [duplicate]

I run a publishing platform where the users can upload images and insert them into their articles. Whenever a user upload an image, they get the option to add title and alt tags for the image. I ...
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“Progressive” JPEG: Why do many web sites avoid rendering JPEGs that way? Pros, cons?

When JPEG images are used by a web page, they are typically rendered top-down ... but they can also be rendered using a mode called progressive JPEG, where the image starts out full-size, but blurry, ...
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How do I implement “share on Twitter” for photos on my website?

I have a "share on Twitter" button on my website that allows users to easily share a tweet with the web page. The page features a photo, and we would really like to have users tweet the photo itself ...
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Mobile Browsers! Do they ignore `<noscript><img>` (Responsive Design with Framework Zurb Foundation (Interchange/Noscript))

Experimenting with Interchange Responsive Images I'm experimenting with Interchange by Zurb Foundation to serve various images versions to different devices. For example 200x100 for mobiles, 300x100 ...
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How to improve image indexing [duplicate]

I have a curious problem: In Google Webmaster Tools, it shows that from my sitemap 330 images submitted and only 6 are indexed. I try to put alt tags, descriptive names, everything by the book, but ...
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How to handle different images size and URL with SEO

I'm creating my own CMS, and I have to handle images with differentes sizes. I store all my image's information in a database. For every image, I have: a filename (with extension) a title an alt ...
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Specifying image dimensions to improve browser performance

I recently ran an audit on my web site using Google Developer Tools. My images are all the same size (500 horizontal by 300 vertical pixels) so I thought it would be better if I left out the image ...
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Is there something like mathjax for chemical structures?

I am making a website where people can ask and answer questions to bioinformatical matters. I was very delighted with mathjax and its easy use. Is there something like that for chemical structures? ...
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How Google Web Starter Kit serves adaptive image for mobile?

My website weirdly (in a good way) serves smaller images when viewed on mobile. I wanted to know what cause this? As far as I know this is not the default behaviour, so I think it must be Google Web ...
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Best practices when loading images for improving page loading speed

I am working on optimizing a page's loading speed. Here are some analytics: Notice how the images, although only accounting for 65% of the total size (1.1MB), are by far the slowest loading ...
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Image path for multilingual site? Can I use same image file without rewriting every URL?

Suppose I wanted my website to have www.aaa.com/bbbb www.aaa.com/th/bbbb The first one is the default language while second one is in Thai. I think I should prepared my folder structure like this : ...
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Various elements in a single image?

When I go to View Page Info -> Media in the Mozilla Firefox (or any other gecko-based browser). I see one picture there which contains several elements of the site: My questions are: How they ...
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SEO of gallery deeplinks

if I have a gallery, say 2013/01/01/new-feature and each image is indexable and can be shared: 2013/01/01/new-feature/slide1 2013/01/01/new-feature/slide2 Each slide will have an individual ...
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Include img in href (with anchor text) or add a separate href?

From the SEO point of view, which one of these two are better ? Considering this is a classifieds site with around 10 similar listings/links per page. Separate link for thumbnail and text title ...
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Is aggregating images using Twitter's API legal according to the terms & conditions?

Is one able to legally use the Twitter API to search for a given tag, pull down images associated with that tag and then re-post them within a gallery of their own on their own domain? Assume that ...
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How does Google Analytics treat images?

Imagine the following scenario. A visitor has loaded a page, which is a thumbnail gallery. The page has got a Google Analytics script. The links from the thumbnails go directly to images. Simply ...
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Can we use this service for WordPress theme development? [closed]

I need to know if I can use the lorempixel.com service for WordPress theme development for commercial use considering that this service is released under the creative commons license (CC BY-SA).
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Google lists this gif several thousand times as not having a license, is it safe to post on my company's Twitter account?

I found a GIF of a guy skeet shooting listed on several sites and I've posted it in my Twitter account below: https://twitter.com/leeand00/status/488894537599680515 I looked up the image on Google ...
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Secure Image is being called Insecure?

I have an image using the secure protocol (https://) but the image is being called insecurely from our homepage using the protocol (http://) - How is this possible? Our SSL Certificate is installed ...
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Is possible to disable a link after some time in a newsletter?

I work in a company where we sent many offer newsletters a week. When the offer time has passed we replace some of the images of the newsletter so that it is clear the offer has ended. Lets say that ...
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Two different websites with same product images

I need some advice from more experienced webmasters. I have 2 websites (site A and site B). These websites are totally different, but they use same product images (around 1 GB of images). These ...
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Difference between alt and title of img - which one to use - and impact

For years I've been writing my HTML for images like this: <img src="picture.jpg" alt="my picture" > But I recently ran a audit of my site using Raven SEO tools and it reported loads of errors ...
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Does Google read JPEG comments?

I usually add some description in the JPEG comment when I'm exporting images from GIMP. I was wondering if Google will read those descriptions and show the images when I search for their description. ...
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Does having a single image referenced from multiple pages affect SEO?

I would like to have a collection of images that are rendered into the browser. If for example I had Images: [img1 ; img2 ; img3 ; img4 ; img 5;] Category: [cat1 ; cat2 ; cat3] Problem: ...
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nofollow on local images improving SERP?

I have links to images on my website (fined with lightbox), when I extend the links with rel="lightbox nofollow" would this increase the link juice value of the other links? I don't need all of the ...
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Will search engines rank my site lower if not having any img tags on it?

I'm moving into using divs with backgrounds set by css, instead of using img tags But I'm wondering.. will this be given different or lower rank/importance/quality by search engines? I don't know, ...