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What is the ideal user-interaction for full album download as MP3s?

I want to offer a full length album as a free digital download. I can easily throw the MP3 files up on a webserver and put a link to it. I've used this method before and it works ok. Savvy users ...
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Which media types is it worth including stylesheets for?

My website already has screen and print stylesheets, but there are several more. Are these still worth creating stylesheets for or are they no longer relevant?
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Will 'back to top' links/buttons make my site more usable or just be noise on the page?

I've see lots of sites with links that will take you to the top of the page, but I've actually needed to use one. I've seen some sites where I can see ~7 of these links on the screen at once, whereas ...
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Are there any downsides of including google-analytics on your website?

I am in particular concerned with legal implications due to strong privacy legislations. However, I was also thinking about performance and false results by users blocking it.
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Form label position for best usability

I'm creating a form that will ask a visitor for their firstname, middle initial, and lastname. I want the those text fields to be all inline, but where should I place the labels? On the left, top, or ...