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Schema supports nested childs and parents when they are associated with each other, and in this case AboutPage, CollectionPage and ContactPage is all child's of WebPage which is valid. But because AboutPage, CollectionPage and Contact page is paired with CreativeWork your find many childs are not supported meaning you need to use their parents within and ...


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sorry but "editing" and "from scratch" don't go together in my vocabulary. Either you design a theme "from scratch" or you edit an existing one. And yes: depending on how you look at it, the theme matters a lot since it's the template where content and html meet – so all H-Tags and Alt-Tags and even the order, how content is loaded is defined here. My ...


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Wordpress is seo friendly CMS and most popular due to ease of use and seo friendly nature. Creating a template is good idea to re-design site. If template is written properly with wordpress norms and guidelines, then it will be seo friendly. I recommend when designing theme for wordpress, follow strict guidelines and also use all the elements required to ...


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Here it is in a nutshell. First you'd need to save your PSD template as web images and HTML. Rename the HTML files to PHP files. Match the PHP files to the names of WordPress template files (header, footer, index, etc). Insert the WordPress specific PHP code into those files. Since you don't know WordPress, best start at ...


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You can set up apache to set the "expires" header by the type of content. This functionality requires two modules be enabled: LoadModule expires_module modules/mod_expires.so LoadModule headers_module modules/mod_headers.so Then you can configure different expires times for you html content compared to all your content: ExpiresActive On ExpiresDefault ...


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A theme is simply a pile of code. It’s just a recipe to pull together the content for a web page. Whether it is SEO capable or not is not a factor of whether the theme is custom or not. That concept is meaningless. What is meaningful is your knowledge of how to code in HTML, your understanding of SEO best practices and how you apply that to your theme. Now ...


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The theme, per sé, does not matter for SEO as themes are not a ranking factor nor a concept that search engines care about. So choosing an existing theme, editing an existing theme, or creating one from scratch really have no meaning here. HTML/semantic markup is a ranking factor so making sure you optimize that code is important so how well you ...


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I've been using the Wordfence Security plugin for Wordpress, as it: Allows you to ban certain IP addresses via Wordpress. Can be configured to block IP addresses after too many failed Wordpress logins. It will also email you whenever somebody has been locked out (or if somebody has logged in). Typically speaking, I get at least 10+ emails a day as bots ...


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Using a empty menu button is more common than you think It's rather common to see nowadays websites using empty parents due to responsive design and frameworks such as Bootstrap and Zurb foundation, both use similar design where you can't access the parent while viewing on a mobile or small tablet device. What's the best HREF to use? Most webmasters will ...


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Checking GoDaddy's Website Builder documentation, I see that they allow you to make custom edits to the page CSS. That alone should go a long way in helping you design a custom static page. You might also experiment with '@import' URLs in your CSS, which would let you grab further assets they may not support. Depends on how much functionality they allow ...


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By changing your WordPress theme, it's possible it removed the Google Analytics tracking code from your website. To be sure your site will be tracked again, you can verify that the HTML code of your site has this: <script type="text/javascript"> var _gaq = _gaq || []; _gaq.push(['_setAccount', 'UA-XXXXXXXX-1']); _gaq.push(['_trackPageview']); ...


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yes, but since these external images come from a 3rd part domain you need to make sure they are not blocking them via some method of cors or hotlink protection. also add dns prefetch meta for domains you will be pulling from.


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See link: Custom Image Thumbnail while sharing URL on Facebook Use Facebook debugger: Facebook Debugger


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The image used in http://wordpress.com/i/blank.jpg?m=1383295312g as property="og:image" is correctly big for Facebook, 200x200, but it is a blank white square, so iguess it is properly published, but you just don't see it. so w3d's answer is basically correct :)


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Your open graph image tag references a blank image... <meta property="og:image" content="http://wordpress.com/i/blank.jpg?m=1383295312g" />



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