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Mar
28
answered After cloning WP and deleting all posts and pages, some previous domain links are found by Google
Mar
10
asked Google Tag Manager Uses iframe, is this problematic for IE?
Mar
10
answered Alternative titles or aliases for SEO
Mar
10
answered Responsive design best practice: Duplicate html elements for media querying and SEO impact?
Mar
10
comment Are there any differences between URLs with and without “www” and “http://”
If the naked domain is used (e.g. example.com) then there is no way to set up sub-domains without cookies. With www it is possible to set up a sub-domain(s) that does not have cookies for the serving of static assets. Cookies require data transfer and therefore slow load times; fast load times positively impact SEO and user experience...that said, I have never done this myself and the difference in performance and SEO is often almost negligible.
Mar
10
answered How to get statistics and reporting on alternate domain names that you own?
Mar
10
answered Finding out the cause of traffic change
Mar
10
answered Banning IPs through my htaccess doesn't work. Why?
Mar
10
answered Where to find GA Conversion tracking code in 2014 version?
Dec
28
answered Optimizing (reducing) web font requests
Dec
19
answered Can web crawlers that visit my site fake their user agent?
Dec
19
answered How can I get Google to read my site's reconsideration request?
Dec
19
comment Is it good for SEO when I use the same keywords in many pages on a site?
Use descriptive file names too. goat-drinks-milk.jpg with alt text of "Small goat drinking milk" is the best for SEO (a congruent page title, caption and perhaps a description are smart too). If you need other details in the file name so be it: goat-drinks-milk-001-600x600-2013.opt.jpg would be fine as well.
Dec
19
answered Splitting big CSS file into parts for quicker loading
Dec
19
comment Splitting big CSS file into parts for quicker loading
I think you are more or less right about CSS but keep in mind that different browsers have different methods of rendering and parsing HTML, CSS, and JS.
Dec
19
answered How to display copyright notice on web page (Only parts of it are owned by me)
Dec
16
comment Structured data and visible content revisited
I think they updated the Good Relations instructions but I think it used to say the part I quoted...oh well, it's pretty clear now. Thanks.
Dec
16
accepted Structured data and visible content revisited
Dec
16
comment Structured data and visible content revisited
Mainly, yes. I work in SEO and marketing and so while I'd consider other potential uses that would definitely be my primary concern.
Dec
14
asked Structured data and visible content revisited