Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

Google does not reliably index text contained in JavaScript or CSS, even if it is visible to users on the page. I found out about the JavaScript part recently when I asked How can I get Google to index content that is written into the page with JavaScript? I also use text in css before on that site. If I search for the text that is in the CSS, Google ...


2

Google does not treat CSS content the same as that on page Generally Google will only attempt to index content that is actually embedded within the page content associated with an appropriate tag such as <img>. You can however attempt to force Google's hand by adding the path of the background image into a image sitemap. Some Schema markups require ...


0

This is usually a case of tabs being represented differently by different text readers. This is a common reason why many development shops requires spaces be used instead of tabs. A space is a space. A tab can be the equivalent of two spaces or eight spaces or anywhere in between.


5

When the red, green, and blue values are "added" together, it really means "concatenated". Your #800080 color code can be split up like this: Red: 80 out of FF or 50% Green: 0 out of FF or 0% Blue: 80 out of FF or 50% It is the only 6 digit hexadecimal color code that will give that exact shade of purple. Other shades of purple can be produced when ...


4

See the following image: from ColorHexa The way this works: Each of the three colors has 16 shades from 00 to FF(Hex) which translates to 0 to 255(Decimal). You'll also notice that 255 is the equivalent of all ones in a Byte. Stay with me here: While remembering you have a Full byte for R, a Full Byte for G, and a full Byte for B, now you must add the ...


1

Webmasters use CSS to design their websites without using HTML and they are also using techniques to hide the content from web crawlers. But, you need to know that Search engines do not want to be fooled by designers and that is why they have started indexing CSS files. When crawlers finds something messy and stuffed, they may penalize it. The only ...


1

Google doesn't index text that is contained in CSS. Google only cares about text that it indexes that users then can't find when they land on your site. You should be fine. To be doubly sure that it won't cause problems, use symbols like = = = = = = = = = = = =... to fill up the div. Even if Google does end up indexing CSS after text at some point, they ...


7

CSS files linked from HTML documents are added to the parallel download queue as the HTML is parsed; the key thing is that non-asynchronous JavaScript links block the HTML parser, preventing later tags from being added to the download queue until that JavaScript is downloaded, parsed and executed.[1] Here's an example that forces the browser to download ...



Top 50 recent answers are included