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XMP, IPC and EXIF In addition to the alt and longdesc attributes, the image can include the text embedded in it using XMP, IPC or EXIF fields. These can be added quickly and easily using many photo editors, including free apps and some websites. Completing the License field with a license allowing reuse will encourage others to copy the image and attribute ...


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You should note that the text around your image is correlated with what your image is supposed to be, so perhaps the best way is to add a summarize of your content text (the one inside your image) just near your image. Also try to use rich anchor text (with keywords summarizing the main semantic of your image not all the text) to link to your image. Then ...


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If you have access to the source then you could consider using SVG, that way Google can read the text. – from Simon Hayter in comments If you just want the text indexed for search engines and don't care about accessibility, then you can add a caption to the image in the sitemap: <image:image> ...


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Your Mac is probably retina, which means it uses twice the amount of pixels to display things. Some articles with more information: http://blog.endpoint.com/2014/05/supporting-apple-retina-displays-on-web.html http://www.leemunroe.com/designing-for-high-resolution-retina-displays/ You can emulate retina displays on Windows in Firefox by changing the ...


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Replace your <html> tag with <html prefix="og: http://ogp.me/ns#"> Add the given meta tag inside your head tag. <head> <meta property="og:title" content="TITLE TO BE DISPLAYED"/> <meta property="og:image" content="IMAGE URL"/> <meta property="og:description" content="DESCRIPTION"/> </head> ...


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Wouldn't this work? !^http(s)?://(www\.)?google\.*$/.*$


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ImageMagick can do that assuming you're running on a *nix/BSD server where it's readily available. I don't think it's available on Windows. You can interface ImageMagick with any code you have to do what you mentioned.


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Run an A/B test, it's the only way to really know--regardless of what has worked for others or what has worked in the past--nothing beats testing. If you don't want to test and just want an answer you might be in the wrong line of work but let me share my totally untested opinions anyway: Considerations Panda punished sites with too many ads "above the ...



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