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In short, yes. But, good HTML does not automatically mean you will get more traffic, so the fact that you have not seen an increase may not have anything to do with your HTML. To your questions about HTML, some ways that bad HTML can affect your search engine indexing and traffic. Sign-up for Google Webmaster tools, go to Search Appearance, then to HTML ...


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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 need to implement crawlable AJAX. Include the meta tag <meta name="fragment" content="!"> Make the HTML snapshot available at www.example.com?_escaped_fragment_= DO NOT base your snapshot decision on the user agent. Googlebot wants to be able to see and render your page the way that users see and render it (for screen shots for example). ...


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I don't remember the references now, but Google doesn't mind. Actually, they do this themselves (kinda) in Angular docs. They render a different phantomjs crawled version to Google. Every single SEO article on the matter is about using the technique too (phantomJS crawls the site and sends the HTML result to search engine, sometimes crawling is in advance ...


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Generally when you use link rel="import" for <body> elements you will use some way of calling for those elements to be displayed. One method that I'm aware of its using JavaScript with something like: Source <head> <link rel="import" href="import.html"> </head> <body> <div id="container"></div> ...


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It depends how many pages each of your visitors sees. I have a a currency conversion site where almost all the users view exactly one page. They land a currency calculator that is specific to the two currencies they want to convert. After performing their calculation, they leave the site. To optimize the site performance, the entire page is one ...


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There is no any standard that forbids or penalize links to top, so if you want to create and use such links, just do it. Make sure to create the anchor though (with adding <a id="top"></a> entry somewhere near the element, you are linking to), otherwise it will just link to nowhere on the page, which most browsers trying to find at the top of ...


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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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Weebly is self-contained. You can only add their components. To "maximize customization" you need standard web hosting.


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Try submitting the page containing the backlink to Ping Farm, sometimes, it does accelerate the detection process.


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Yes you can create rich websites using Google sites including images for sure. We have recently finished working on a website for IMA and they created a list pointing to other local chapters. Check this link: http://imamiddleeast.org/networking-local-chapters/local-chapters While the website we built is Drupal based, it looks like most of the local ...


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Google has the "same content" policy in place to prevent cloaking: Does this scheme open the door to cloaking? Cloaking is serving different content to crawlers than to users in response to a given URL. This is generally done with the intent of boosting one's ranking in search results. Cloaking has always been (and will always be) an important issue ...


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Ok I have the answer to this. In the ad editor, you can click Text Ad Styles and there is an option for changing the font and size. I did not remember those. They were set to "Optimal", but it doesn't say how it determines what is optimal! Obviously it is not optimal. So I changed it to small font size and they appear better.


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It's called Embed Code Normally WYSIWYG editors will have some kind of source button however as you've noticed Weeby does not. The custom HTML button on Weeby is actually called Embed Code which many would assume this means iframes and YouTube/Vimeo embeds however this is the case. Using the embed code feature will allow you to edit and add custom HTML to ...



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