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From the very beginning, Google primarily utilized three perspectives when using semantics and ranking: one, link text and value to the target page; two, the title tag of the target page; and three, the content itself. One of the interesting research results the project found was that performing a search against the title tag was about 2% more effective than ...


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Fixed it. Changed the width from 112% to 111.5% The bug was w/ .msg { clear:both; overflow:hidden; z-index:333; position:relative; width:111.5%!important; height:auto; margin:0 -6% 1% -6%; padding:2% 2% 2% 2%; text-align:center; }


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Actually i got it. It seems there is conflict between your main CSS and a plugin or theme function for the rtl display. Remove this: @media (min-width: 992px) { .col-lg-1, .col-lg-2, .col-lg-3, .col-lg-4, .col-lg-5, .col-lg-6, .col-lg-7, .col-lg-8, .col-lg-9, .col-lg-10, .col-lg-11, .col-lg-12 { float: right; } } from your rtl.css file ...


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The problem you have is with your responsive design, and more specific - your breaking points. You can easily see that your website actually look exactly like the screenshot on 1024px width (see http://responsivetest.net/#u=http://www.wetravel.co.il/|1024|768|1) or just minimize your browser's width, you'll see the breaking point eventually). Google test the ...


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Yes, in the latest version there is a feature called Layouts which is available by default and lets you drag and drop components in a custom layout. A layout is made of rows and columns, and you can map them to a custom grid framework like bootstrap. Then, with the Layouts module you can create Blueprints which are reusable layout elements. So as layout is ...


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Potentially, any external stylesheet is render blocking. For the browser to render the page correctly, all the HTML and all the relevant stylesheet(s) need to be loaded. (A stylesheet is not "relevant" if you are using media queries and the condition fails.) The browser does not render the page when only the HTML and embedded/inlined styles are loaded. It ...


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A broad answer for a broad question. Pick any single technology (language, framework, library, etc.) for any tier and you'll often find that it was developed to best solve one particular subset of problems and will be lacking in other areas. Nothing out there is perfect. Each company has different needs and if you want to expand your marketability as an ...



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