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The average user may be on anything from a small cellphone to a 4k television. You should therefore design your website to run on any size screen, intelligently. Usually this is referred to as 'responsive' design, and there are a lot of great frameworks that'll help you do that (Bootstrap, Zhurb Foundation, HTML5 Boilerplate). On small screens, hide ...
As you stated in your comment: The iframe that Google Tag Manager uses is not used all the time. It is just used as fallback.
Qualys® SSL Labs offer an SSL client testsuite which also shows all the ciphersuites a connecting user agent supports. I don’t have “standard” MS Internet Explorer systems handy, but I know it depends on three things: The version and configuration of MSIE The version and configuration of the OS The version and configuration of SChannel (Windows’ built-in ...
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