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Schema supports nested childs and parents when they are associated with each other, and in this case AboutPage, CollectionPage and ContactPage is all child's of WebPage which is valid. But because AboutPage, CollectionPage and Contact page is paired with CreativeWork your find many childs are not supported meaning you need to use their parents within and ...


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You can actually use any file extension for SSI (in fact, you can set up your server for any extension of your choosing to be parsed as any file type). Here is one such guide for IIS, it looks fairly simple. For your use case it seems like that would be the best way. Using PHP or ASP.net is certainly worth considering though, as you can add more dynamic ...


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You are still better to go down the PHP way with using: <?php require_once "header.php"; ?> <!-- page HTML here --> <?php require_once "footer.php"; ?> than changing to index.php even if there is no dynamic content on the website at this time. You may add dynamic content at a later date than will need to do it than anyway and have the ...


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There is no hard evidence on this. Although it is conceivable that search engines and other programs treat span (and other inline elements) as breaking words, such behavior a) has no grounds in HTML specifications, b) has not been demonstrably detected, c) would break a large part of pages in identifying words, since such markup is common and the only way in ...


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I can't tell for sure but I don't think it's great for SEO as your HTML is only used for style, not for meaning. Google might be smart enough to figure out there are words but I personally would avoid adding spans around letters on sites where I care about SEO. Instead you should use ::first-letter and ::nth-letter() to avoid putting HTML tags around ...


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Responsive Design does not normally use any width or height attributes Google Development Tools is a guide and you shouldn't need to enforce everything you read on their site, in fact some of the stuff is outdated. The majority of responsive websites do not use width or height because they want the images to adapt to the screen size and by using fixed ...


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Browsers download data in parallel and try to start rendering the page as soon as possible. If you do not specify the size, the browser has no idea how large the image is going to be until after the image download is fully complete. This delay forces the browser to repaint or reflow the layout - delaying the page load time. The more images with this ...


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The process goes something like this: read .html file from .html file header, read .css, .js files (.js should be AFTER .css...) read img and script from the page Thus, image tags are read "late". However to calculate the formatting of your page, having the size of the image is a good thing (otherwise browsers use a "random" size such as 1x1, 25x25, ... ...


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for that you just have to add this code style:"float:left;margin-right:10px;margin-bottom:10px;" and it works fine


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There are several things you can do. You can view page source code and look for the following: title tag description meta-tag h1, h2, h3... tags first 1 or 2 paragraphs You will want to discount any stop words of common words of course. While the description meta-tag has little or no value for SEO, it does offer great clues to keywords and page topic. ...


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You should be able to determine the content title by just looking at the browser window's tab title or you can use a third party tool like Seositecheckup to determine the content of that particular page automatically.


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If you are looking for keywords which are used on someone else's site, I suggest looking at ALT tags and possible TITLES on images. Also a good idea to look at tags.



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