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Displaying one version of webpage in SERP's based on screen resolution

For each page on my site with a mobile equivalent, I use the following HTML tag on the desktop version: <link rel="alternate" href="(mobile)" media="only screen and (max-width:500px)"> and I ...
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Ideal adsense ad unit size for a 240x320 mobile screen

Currently I use only the 300x250 and 160x600 ad units on my mobile site. Those work well for most screen sizes on my mobile site. When I did some research, a mobile device with size 240x320 pixels ...
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What is the screen size used by Google's PageSpeed Insights for mobile previews?

Google's PageSpeed Insights allows one to check a website's speed issues for both desktop and smartphone devices. I have some media query CSS for smartphones on my website, but I am unsure about ...
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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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What percent of width can an adsense ad unit use without income falling off?

In an effort to follow google adsense's policy of not pushing content down the fold with use of a very wide ad unit, I decided that on my webpages, I use only square ads so that text is around the ad ...
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Why is px often prefered over pt even though both depend on an “unknown” device parameter?

I always heard that in web design one should not prefer pt as a size unit, because the browser/OS does not neccessarily know the correct dpi. Result: final font sizes are not equal on different ...
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How does an adsense bot determine the “Above the fold” space on mobile and desktop sites?

I ran an experiment last night by replacing a small ad for a mobile site thats located near the top of the page with a larger box ad, but I moved that ad towards the bottom of the page. Ten hours ...
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Why is 320x50 the smallest “recommended” ad unit for adsense?

According to google documentation, I supposedly should make more money if I use their recommended ad units for my website, and the smallest one I can find is 320x50px. Because I'm optimizing for older ...
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Adsense test screen resolution

According to adsense, they want to see content above-the-fold and not have ads push content down below the fold. In order for me to set all my CSS measurements right, I'm curious as to what screen ...
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adsense RPM is frozen upon advanced screen detection. Why?

This is unusual. This code causes me to receive pennies per RPM for my website: <script async src="//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js"></script> <ins class="...
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Building for different screen sizes

When building new webpage layouts, I think of all the devices out there - cell phones, tablets, desktops, etc - with a diversity of screen sizes. I can see two ways to accommodate this diversity. One ...
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How to see pixel density (Retina) in Google Analytics?

In Google Analytics, "Screen Resolution" is a default dimension under Audience > Technology > Browser & OS reports, but pixel density is nowhere to be found. How can I use Google Analytics to ...
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Average screen ratio

I'm building a portfolio website that uses full screen background images slideshow that are cropped to fit using a JavaScript plugin. To give the minimum amount of cropping whats the best ratio to ...
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How to make a website fit in mobile browsers

How should a good website work in a mobile browser? Should it adapt to fit the browser window size, or should it redirect to a page that is made to fit in mobile browsers?
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Are there tools to measure displayed dimensions in percentages?

I use MesureIt! to measure pixels on websites, generally to check if things add up right when developing. I'm making a fluid layout right now, and would really like to do the same, but I couldn't find ...
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Users narrowing window on desktop to see mobile version?

I know this is going to seem like a strange question, but are their any stats on users narrowing their browser window so that media queries kick in and display the mobile optimised version of the site?...
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Oversizing images to produce better looking pages?

In the past, improper image resizing used to be a big no-no of web design (not mentioning improper compression format). Hence, for years I have been sticking to the policy where images (PNG or JPG) ...
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Which screen resolution should I target for modern mobile phones? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Building for different screen sizes I am developing a site which needs to work on mobiles as well. I avoid specifying width and height by pixel. Mostly I am using percent ...