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Dns-prefetch is a hint telling your web browser that you are probably going to use that domain at some point so go ahead and set up the connection in advance to save some time. The main point is that it's a hint for a future page. So your browser will only use it if it's not busy doing something else. When a page is first loaded it has lots more important ...


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Maybe someone is still seeing this question, so it could be useful to point out that Google no more supports Google Authorship https://plus.google.com/u/0/+JohnMueller/posts/HZf3KDP1Dm8 https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6083347?hl=en And it encourages the use of structured data. So, no more need to add rel=author for Google. It still exists as ...


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I think you should not do this (unless each English pagination page contains the same items like the Swedish pagination page with the same number). alternate+hreflang should only be used for translations. But if your English page 3 could contain the items {A, B, C, D} and your Swedish page 3 could contain the items {B, D, E, F}, they aren’t really ...


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You could use Javascript to modify the head, but as search engines don't generally run Javascript that wouldn't work. What you probably want to do is PHP output buffering as described in the accepted answer to this question. By the time you get to the end of the page you know what needs to go in the head. Then you can output the head and release everything ...



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