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When you don´t put something in between, are your links even visible / klickable on your page? Normally you would attach a link to a picture like this. <a href="image1"><img src="example.jpg" alt="example pic"></a> If your images are created through CSS you should include the html elements on which the CSS is creating the images in ...


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There is a performance difference between the two, using background-size: 100%; is not supported for Android 4.3 Browser and below. Also, background-size percentage values are not properly supported for SVG images on Safari. Also, iOS Safari has long had very buggy behaviour with background-size: cover. All this info is from the excellent Can I Use... ...


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You can provide data that will be indexed, but this means you have to explicitly list all values (you can keep them hidden). While using meta elements for this purpose is possible, Google will only index up to 50 meta tags, so this will not work for "about a hundred different specific part numbers". (They don’t document that it would be possible to provide ...


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It does not affect to SEO only if you're using for legit purpose. Bad practice always heart SEO, it does not about whether you got penalize or not. For example, you got chance to write some article on quality website, but you're placing links with inline CSS so moderator don't see it, then it is consider as bad practice. But if you do for legit purpose ...


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Google state that if you fail to distinguish your links then "your content becomes less useful". So, if your aim in SEO is to provide useful content, then yes - it can affect SEO. Google's SEO best practices specifically state that you should : Format links so they're easy to spot Make it easy for users to distinguish between regular text and the ...


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It'll not affect seo. At least as long as you don't try to make some(black hat stuff) links invisible (font color the same as background color) .


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You should resize an image manually, rather than using styles to resize it. As reducing the file size will improve your download and load speed. Additionally, the effect of resizing an image via styles on rendering performance is small but present (at least when using background-image) From http://www.artlebedev.com/tools/technogrette/html/browser-...


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Doesn't effect. Google bots just crawl through the pages unlike the normal HTML pages that users view as. The bots feed on robot.txt files at the time of indexing for SEO purposes. It crawls through the urls being fed to it by the system eg, in xml format. So, the images wrapped around with padding or margin is of least importance to google robots while ...


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View ( that what client see) in webpage don't have (in normal case) impact on seo . Google robot reads text (html),and don't see webpage as human . Only case that view can have negtive inpact on seo is when you have invisible (the same color as background etc.) text on site . Scaling down images is good idea ( faster site = better user ...



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