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The short answer is that you cannot control things that you cannot see in either your template or the Blogger interface. The process of rendering your blogger-posts into webpages involves Blogger combining your posts, your template, and components from their "engine" (wrong word - but I'm not sure what the right one is). There are some aspects that you ...


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I think @media-queries are simpler. You load the two ad units and under 768px you hide one and show the other. This is valid. The solution you are using is good but as you insert the new ad unit under 768, you also need to remove the other. This guide from Google explains what you can't do: Hiding ad units at anytime (e.g., display:none), unless ...


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From the original poster, originally posted as an edit to the question. Update: I think I found a solution, but still it is unclear to me why it did not work in the first place. Solution: <script type='text/javascript'> var tag = decodeURI({{A4Y segmented tag}}); document.write(tag); </script> This solution requires you to check the ...


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I would say any tags ie (rel="tag") would be crawled, but its a matter of on page content that has the most worth and a number of confidential details only known to Google. Like the other poster stated src is only loading external content so not impacting SEO negatively. The bottom line is: Have good content, keep visitors on the page long enough, and your ...


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Googlebot will scan JavaScript files for things that may be links and it will crawl those links. I often see Googlebot getting 404 errors on my site for snippets from the JavaScript that are somewhat formatted like URLs. Things like ad/3939999 hello.html /xyzzy These errors also appear in Google Webmaster Tools. However, I have seen no evidence that ...


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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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Check _config.yml file Change it from "www.sitename.com" to "http://www.sitename.com" Source--- here



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