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Yes, only one H1. But there's an easy solution, which has it's own flaws (you could get very weird titles in SEO results!): <h1> <span class="responsive-hidden">This is my title</span> <span class="hidden responsive-show">This is my title</span> </h1> This is not a perfect solution! This is perfect for less ...
No, there’s no difference. Microsoft had to change the name because “Metro” is a registered brand name of the Metro AG.
the old way of making sure that there was a text counterpart to the graphic was to offset the text a few thousand pixels offscreen using CSS. That won't work anymore since what is not displayed to users is not taken into account for rankings. You should put keywords in the image filename instead or in the ALT image attribute (I maintain an image SEO ...
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