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I found a way to achieve the goals of the question, but it still is a tricky solution that I wouldn't like to adopt: HTML <h1>Monitor</h1> <div class="container"> <div class="server gradient" style="width: 100%;"> <div class="services"> <div class="clear"></div> <div class="green ...


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Partiz, I'm afraid what you want done is just not possible. See: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/66353?hl=en Also, if you must have hidden text, then to somewhat minimize bad SEO effects, make a separate page with all the hidden text you want and in the source code of that page, include the following between <head> and </head>: ...


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Google option is good, but your best option is @font-face. It is supported in almost all browsers (except Opera Mini), which you can see on "can i use" and for the problem of some fonts being rendered differently on browsers, you just need to find the best settings for your font. Some browsers render light weight badly, like Lato on Chrome. Here are the ...


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I'd wish there was a better answer than what I'm giving, but your best bet is to use server-side scripting to determine the user's web browser, then depending on the browser... If it's old like Netscape 4.xx: You can use the html font tag to define the font and size of the font you want. See: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_font.asp If the browser is ...


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You can use portrait and landscape which will detect if the resolution is longer in width or longer in height, but generally its best to use a set of media queries to break down the most common type of devices. Ideally your website should be using widths and heights using percentages rather than pixel based elements, this will allow your website to adapt to ...


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Almost certainly, lego mindstorms is caching the files to improve performance. If you quit the software, make your edits, and then restart the software are your edits reflected? In addition, you will find your browser's developer tools very useful. Just right click and then select "Inspect Element". Then select whatever tab has "console" in it's name. You ...



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