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In HTML5, the strong element can be used for "strong importance, seriousness, or urgency". I think none of these three cases matches your example, so you should not use the strong element. While "importance" may sound relevant, the definition makes clear that it’s for distinguishing the important part from other parts, but that doesn’t seem to be the case ...


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Where to begin? I will stick with Google because, Who knows what Bing is doing? Your question is actually a rather broad one that requires a bit of understanding. So once again, I will get into a mini-tutorial so that you better understand what you are asking and the answer. When people think of SEO, they think in terms of one page top-to-bottom and in a ...


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Interlinking. Google's original (and current) algorithm is based on links, I often explain it like this: Let's say that your website has a link from a webpage like ohio.gov/insurance/vendors/licensed-agencies/county/cuyahoga, without me listing the destination of the link, the anchor text of the link, or anything else, can you guess what line of business ...


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I just hunted down the code that Nathan and I developed back when we released version 1 of phpBB and it did use both quote= and quote="" Here is the related code, perhaps it can point you in the right direction: $text = preg_replace("/\[quote=&quot;(.*?)&quot;\]/si",$bbcode_tpl['quote_username_open'], $text); and for the .tpl file: <!-- BEGIN ...


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Firefox's readerview Microsoft's Read later thing Chrome's Readability Evernote's Clearly Safari's Reading List All of these have one thing in common.. they need text and they need properly formed HTML code behind them. Having these two things in your website will not only make them work with these new features but will also give you the benefit of ...



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