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Much of what you will hear about SEO is parroted non-sense. I have heard advice concerning brand postal addresses parroted around quite a bit. I will try and make sense of it for you. Please forgive me if I cover things you already know. Today happens to be one of those days with a lot of interruptions so I may have missed something. Still, I think I got the ...


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They're both correct in html5, html now allows block elements in inline elements. This also has no effect on SEO, both cases the text is wrapped in the heading, so it remains to have the same value. Because of this, it's not a choice of validness, but a preference in User Interface. If you wrap the header around the anchor, you will create a large anchor, ...


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If the purpose is to have additional clickable elements inside the link (like a picture etc.) and still validate with html<5, you can have it both ways with javascript: <div onclick="if (this.getElementsByTagName('a')[0]) location=this.getElementsByTagName('a')[0].href;"> <img src="/foo" alt="" /> <h1> <a href="#"> linked-heading ...


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Button size can affect the usability of the website. Meaning, if the button is too small, users won't love to stay longer on your site, leading to a higher bounce rate. Google might consider that the user wasn't able to find what he is looking for on the website. This is just one of the factors. Just remember that your site must be able to pass Google's ...


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Button size doesn't matter but the margins around them, AKA how far they are away from other tap targets does. How much does it matter? Not much. We have various warns about this too for a couple widgets, but frankly it's fine, and we are not gonna fix it. Still ranks, still get the mobile tag. Now if your whole template was full of these, it would be ...


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I think it's important to clarify context. As suggested in comments, the linked article refers to tap-targets on mobile/touch devices... roughly 7mm, or 48 CSS pixels on a site with a properly-set mobile viewport. "48 CSS pixels ... with a properly-set mobile viewport" does not necessarily mean 48 literal screen pixels, since a "CSS pixel" is relative ...


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The downside of Google is you can never now for sure because they like their secrets, and the size of the operation makes it difficult to be sure that the system works even in the way they think it does. But in this case probably yes. It is possible to get messages in webmaster tools along these lines: Google systems have tested 137,000 pages from your ...


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Here's what I've done in the past with a similar situation without any issues in URLs (404, canonical etc). So I added a dropdown with a bit of js to take away the submit button like this: <select onchange="window.location.href = (this.options[this.selectedIndex].value)" name="rows"> <option selected="selected" value="">Please ...


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"Odnoklassniki" has more than 200 million registered users and 45 million daily unique visitors. Users have to be at least seven years old to create an account. This is a really popular social network in Russia after "VKontakte".



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