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If you can specify css in the wrapper do it there, if not, inline seems a good option, it works. <div style="font-size:150%"></div>


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You can also do this method to. 1st Method: /i/common/ /i/layout/ /i/lib/ /i/misc/docs/pdf/ /i/misc/docs/csv/ /i/misc/docs/txt/ Note: It is best if each file will be renaimed in their md5 summary. Examples: /i/common/9df48e2cf2d25740e4ba54e8cd73b3a3.png, /i/layout/2b33962041cb835c227bba27424a28af.css, ...


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Google doesn't care for ranking purposes what your code looks like. They only care that your visitors react well to it. Google says that valid HTML and CSS don't help rankings Google doesn't prefer responsive vs user agent sniffing vs separate mobile site As long as your site works for your users there are no penalties from Google for how you structure ...


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Should I still have dummy, low bandwidth (ie. 1px x 1px) .png files residing on the server under the names img1.png, img2.png, img3.png, even though the redirect means they will never actually be served on the page? No, these would serve no purpose, since your rewrite rules will always intercept requests to those URLs. Your solution, whilst ...


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You can create a separate file called variables-overrides.less and in there you override all the variables you need. Next, you need to modify variables.less to include your overrides. Make sure you include this at the end of the variables.less file. @import "variables-overrides.less"; //Include at end of variables.less Next time you upgrade MediaWiki you ...



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