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<hgroup> is deprecated and therefore shouldn't be used. In my experience, the difference in the SEO impact of the ordering is negligible. Use semantic HTML (i.e. appropriate headlines, captions, etc.) and you'll be fine. As noted above, just use CSS for positioning.
Whatever you mean by “schema markup”, the answer is “No.” Generated content is plain text and cannot contain any markup or have any markup associated with it.
No, CSS styles only affect the perception of the user, it doesn't affect bots, crawlers, etc. Of course an attractive site will please more users and those will will come back, link and share, and that will affect your ranking.
First thing you should do is enable the gzip compression in your server or hosting, the 15kb text files after compression is really small. Inline or not inline is depends on how you manage your website. You don't really need to fine tune every page to do not contain un-used CSS. Just imagine if you have 10,000 page to manage. Sometimes inline CSS is ...
Putting all 15kb CSS file inline on 100 pages of the site is not smart I think. Correct, that would be bad. Primarily because the browser won't be able to cache this (or rather it will cache it once for every page!). It will be slower and will use more bandwidth. I would only consider defining CSS in the HEAD section of the page itself (which I assume ...
Each programming language has its syntax. For HTML, styles' properties are defined by property_name: property_value And also for HTML, markup properties are defined by markup_name = markup_value
When you use :, it's CSS. When you use =, it's HTML. It's just two languages with each one has its own different method for assigning attributes (HTML) and properties (CSS).
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