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There's a few tricks that can be used to stop Google grabbing random text for dynamic descriptions: HTML5 elements and can be used to direct Google to what it should consider the 'main content'. It will stop scraping descriptions from . It won't pick descriptions from titles or navigation bars. Same with the element. If you're using lots of divs full of ...


Looks like it. It even looks like Google recommends using pushShate and prefers it over hash bangs.


52MB is pretty big size for a website video background and your data rate is around 15 Mbps which is very high. A typical video background should be around 4-8MB with datarate of around 3-4Mbps.


I dont think your webserver has much to do with it. I'm guessing it's the bandwith at the users end. It plays at 16,962kbps, which stand for 16,962kb/sec, which is roughly about 16mb per sec. Your actual video is compressed, it gets decompressed when playing, (That's why the file is smaller), but even the compressed stream has to go quite fast. Most ...


If a link is mysteriously unresponsive it's often because it is being covered by another element. .navigation ul { position: absolute; margin: 0 auto; text-align: center; left: 0; right: 0; top: 50px; bottom: 0; padding: 0; vertical-align: middle; } Your navigation menu (<ul>) at the top is filling your entire ...


Go to "Admin" to enable "API access" Then go to site to upload the html5 zip file.

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