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May be this example will help you <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/VisualArtwork"> <link itemprop="sameAs" href="http://rdf.freebase.com/rdf/m.0439_q" /> <h1 itemprop="name" lang="fr">La trahison des images </h1> <p> A <span itemprop="artform">painting</span> also known as ...


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Tumblr does use UTF-8. Here is a Chinese blog on Tumblr. They need UTF-8 to display the Chinese characters. I've use page info to verify that the character set of the blog's home page is indeed UTF-8.


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Yes, that is the purpose of the alt tag on images: to provide alternate text if the image can't be read, in this case by a search engine. You can see this in action by looking at the text-only view of the Google cache of the page: the sentence looks normal and integrates the content of the alt attribute.


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This is most likely because you're looking either in Firefox's "Developer Mode" or Firebug. This tends to show closing tags even when they aren't defined or required. Viewing the pure HTML source (i.e. view-source:https://www.site.tld/example-url) should only show the base HTML tag. <wbr> doesn't require a closing tag in HTML 4 or 5, so it should be ...


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(I would have written this as a comment but I still don't have the ability to) After trying it out on various edit modes, the output is always the same m&eacute;lt&aacute;n in the source code though it renders as proper letters in the browser. Search engines treat é, ė, ę as e, same for á, ą as a and etc. So probably they're smart enough to change ...


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Number one reason: To earn a mass audience. I'm still using older software along with two web browsers that sometimes I have to switch in-between because the developer adds code to the website that is incompatible with one browser. Consider people who are in countries that don't have access to the latest hardware and software (yet). You'll want to support ...


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Run an A/B test, it's the only way to really know--regardless of what has worked for others or what has worked in the past--nothing beats testing. If you don't want to test and just want an answer you might be in the wrong line of work but let me share my totally untested opinions anyway: Considerations Panda punished sites with too many ads "above the ...



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