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Google now renders the page as the user would see it and indexes the content on the page that appears to users. They render the page both as desktop and mobile user agents. Google will get it right without you doing anything. They will see the content on the page just once with any given rendering. The mobile rendering will see the mobile content ...
You can use the mobile sitemap tag https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/34648?hl=en But it's referred to an url not a html element. And if you use ajax you can use this guide to properly set the content findability https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/174992?hl=en
Don't duplicate content in a web page. That's rarely appropriate for human readers and thats how the Google bot will view and analyse your entire page as a whole. You risk it concluding that you are doing a mild form of "keyword stuffing". If you want certain content to always be visible on screen on initial page-load (also known as 'above the fold') ...
You can use portrait and landscape which will detect if the resolution is longer in width or longer in height, but generally its best to use a set of media queries to break down the most common type of devices. Ideally your website should be using widths and heights using percentages rather than pixel based elements, this will allow your website to adapt to ...
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