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<title></title> tags are used to show user that, it is Home page or etc... like "Home::xyz.com" in title bar. It is also useful for web owner because, it helps him to find his/her site on search engine (e.g. Google,Yahoo etc) first on rank.


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Here is Google's help document about the links to your site report in Google Webmaster Tools. It states: Not all links to your site may be listed. This is normal. This tool is not meant to be a full report of all the links to your site that Google can find. Rather Google intends it to be a representative sample of the links to your site so that you ...


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The information given to you was seriously outdated—and unrealistic, since most people could not be bothered to download and install fonts. You can download a font and then generate different versions (formats) of it, for different platforms, to be used via @font-face. However, you need permission from the copyright holder of the font. Not all fonts are ...


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Yes, you can. Just upload the font to your server and in your CSS add this: @font-face { font-family: YourFont; src: url(YourFont.tff); }


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It's always preferable to select long tail keywords for getting targeted traffic like "Western outfits and accessories". Long tail keywords are always better for getting a limited sized crowd that would be a targeted audience .


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Search engines will consider the phrase within the heading. Spans are not used to break up phrases. According to the HTML spec, spans mean nothing on their own.


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Stick with me. This all makes sense I promise. Google when it indexes your content pages, does not just look at words, but proximity of words, phrases, language, style usage, and so forth. They do this for each page and each site and over time, certain patterns begin to emerge. You may, without realizing it, use a phrase that is heavily Germanic that is ...


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I cant comment on whether this would work for all situations, but we use Schema.org in the manner you describe -- as meta "content" on the product pages. Why? It's just so much more portable and doesn't wreck up themes. It also allows more granular control on formatting the data, and it gets relevant data just after <body> (far above the fold). ...


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Your plan of using meta data for microdata is not viable. Here is Google's FAQ about why it isn't showing your data in the search results: Is your marked-up content hidden from users? In general, Google won't display any content in rich snippets that is not visible to human user. Don't hide the content that you have marked up for rich snippets ...


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This is basically a really, really, really abbreviated single-page website design. Most of the tutorials deal with single page parallax websites. Because complex navigation systems reduce engagement, the idea is that by putting everything on one page you cut down on load time between sections. There are two key disadvantages to this style of site though. ...


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JS or POST trunc is the best bet, but an alternate failproof method is at the DB. You can limit it in DB by changing the cell structure to varchar(65) which would only allow 65 characters to be stored there. In phpMyAdmin you find the table, click it, then look for the "structure" tab. Find the col you wanna limit, pick varchar from dropdown, then set it to ...


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Copy the app/code/core/Mage/Adminhtml/Block/Catalog/Product/Edit/Tab/Attributes.php to app/code/local/Mage/Adminhtml/Block/Catalog/Product/Edit/Tab/Attributes.php In the function _prepareForm(), after the line if ($form->getElement('meta_description')) { ... Add if ($form->getElement('name')) { ...



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