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Chrome's "Device Mode Mobile Emulation" lets you test across a variety of user agents and resolutions.
The canonical tag is enough, as it lets Google know which page should be indexed. It is basically a way of saying "Hey, these pages are extremely similar. Here is the page that should take precedence." Preventing Google from crawling your mobile links will cause more harm than good. Example: If a mobile user shares a mobile link to your website, you don't ...
You can't force automatic PDF display on all devices because the ability to display embedded content (including pdf's) is dependant on the device having a program/plugin that can interpret the content. even when a desktop browser displays a embedded pdf automatically, it is using a bridge from a program or plug-in (like acrobat reader) to understand how to ...
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