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Here is an article about this where they explain how to implement it. Show full images on your own site, but only show the watermarked version in Google image search. The basic technique is to choose which version to serve (watermarked or clean) based on HTTP Referer and User Agent. If the HTTP Referer is from your own site, show the clean version. If ...


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I know this old but I just came across it. If you're using WordPress.org, you could use Google Breakdance add-in. If you're using asp.net, you'll have to convert the Apache script to URL Rewrite XML. However, I've been using the IIS method and I think Google now no longer like it and have penalised my site. I've got back to the old image hotlinking ...


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Microsoft word mail-merge with the excel sheet as database is perfect for this use case. Make a page in word with all the elements n design. Then from Mail Merge menu, add the variable data, like Date, Price etc.In the end, merge, and then print on paper or as pdf.


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There's a library called PHPExcel, with this you can read the data contained in the excel file, with the data read you can do multiple things... Use a graphical library like Intervention Image to construct an image file Or create an HTML template for the tag and then use DOM PDF to create the pdf file in one stroke Or both of the above at the same time ...


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An alternative to that would be the following code, but I am not sure how it would work with your plugin. <a class="fancybox" rel="group" href="full-size-image.png" style="background:url('full-size-image.png'); width: 300px; height: 200px;" ></a>


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You should resize an image manually, rather than using styles to resize it. As reducing the file size will improve your download and load speed. Additionally, the effect of resizing an image via styles on rendering performance is small but present (at least when using background-image) From http://www.artlebedev.com/tools/technogrette/html/browser-...


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Doesn't effect. Google bots just crawl through the pages unlike the normal HTML pages that users view as. The bots feed on robot.txt files at the time of indexing for SEO purposes. It crawls through the urls being fed to it by the system eg, in xml format. So, the images wrapped around with padding or margin is of least importance to google robots while ...


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View ( that what client see) in webpage don't have (in normal case) impact on seo . Google robot reads text (html),and don't see webpage as human . Only case that view can have negtive inpact on seo is when you have invisible (the same color as background etc.) text on site . Scaling down images is good idea ( faster site = better user ...


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Good picture may look attractive for users, and yes, it can extend the time spent on page, but make sure that it does not affect on page's speed - it irritates visitors.


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Yes, Image on the page do increase the SEO rankings. When image is added with certain determination, it will help to understand the article clearly. Use images to every article you write online. It will attract the readers because the first view is not just a text.


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Google robot is text crawler - so it can't "see" image (ony the code of image). But big image could slow down you page - and that can give you some negative ratings (you can measure it here https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/) On the other hand there is User Experience ( you are creating website for people, not for robot) , ...


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Yes and no. It is content that ranks and image tags offer some to the total performance of the page, however, it is limited. Where your friend is right is engagement. Google looks for elements that offer engagement. An image is the most basic engagement there is. At one point, Google was not shy about saying that an image should exist at the top of the ...



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