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I would say it wouldn't harm much, nor will it add anything. I prefer to keep my header tags clean and wouldn't add the i. The inline styling would be a bigger problem, which isn't really an big issue. Instead of doing this, you can add the gear icon to the H2 directly: h2.Geared:before{ display: inline-block; color: rgb(102, 149, 45); ...


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Google pays almost no attention to which tags you use these days. Google cares about how the page looks to users. It cares about which text is big. It cares about which text is prominent. It cares about which text is hidden. Recent SEO tests have shown that there is no difference between using a <div> tag that is styled to look like a heading ...


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You will find everything you need to know about the API key on this Google page: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/get-api-key Simply scroll down and hit the Get Key button, accept the terms and you'll be ready.


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Not really sure could we consider that as a "modification", but in my understanding it is acceptable - AdSense Help Center says adsbygoogle.js can be loaded once, and it doesn't say where. adsbygoogle.js within the HEAD tags is loaded asynchronously - the async attribute if forcing asynchronous mode. About the asynchronous ad code > FAQ ...


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In addition, Minifying a resource, be it a CSS, JavaScript, or HTML file—is simply the process of removing spaces, comments, tabs, and other unnecessary code in the file. There are many tools available for minification. Use Google’s Closure Compiler for JavaScript, YUI Compressor for CSS, and an HTML minifier for HTML. Again, it’s easiest to simply ...


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According to this article Google does index JavaScript generated content and it takes precedence over the static content it replaces. Which makes sense considering the first point in the quality guidelines. Make pages primarily for users, not for search engines. Thus how the page appears to the user is how it is indexed.


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When a page is reported in WMT, it means that their bot actually tried to scan this page normally. When clicking on the error, you can see where the page is linked from. There may be invalid links to your website all around the web and you should research it and possibly notify the owners of these websites if relevant. Seems the selected answer refers to ...



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