Questions tagged [css]

CSS, short for Cascading Style Sheets, is a language used to control the presentation (including colors, layout, and fonts) of HTML and XHTML documents.

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Can randomly named CSS classes hurt rankings?

My website uses random words for CSS classes. For example: gruig. Now I'm little scared that this might somehow lower our Google rankings. Will it?
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Which web font supports all languages?

I have a site which has fonts of all languages but most of the fonts don't support most of the languages other than English. Is there any font that supports all the languages? It will be OK if it is ...
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Hide text ONLY for screen readers

The WCAG says it can be done by aria-hidden tag, but I've read it's not working at many screen readers. Can't get how display:none can help to hide some text only for screen readers (=visible to ...
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ASP.NET multilingual through cookie/URL - Google sees one version

Our website is multilingual and works through cookies/URL www.amlik.com/ar/ www.amlik.com/en/ The problem we are facing is Google sees only the arabic (default version of our site) even when ...
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First I'm told to avoid table for layout and now using floats is bad for mobile?

I ran my mobile home page through the website validator at: https://validator.w3.org/ and it complains that: The CSS style sheet contains rules referencing the position, display or float properties ...
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How to define the background color of this side menu? [closed]

I've added a side menu successfully but when i want to change the color of it it doesn't work. The mid of the menu is still another grey and i dont know what to do. Tried to add style="background-...
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Does changing strong element CSS styling affect SEO?

<strong> HTML elements have default black and bold CSS styling. I want my strong elements to have light blue background, have blue as font color and underline strokes. But does changing the ...
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What consumes less resources on the client side, an animation with gif or CSS?

What is better for the client side, an animated gif or the same animation done as a sequence of images with CSS ?
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How to calculate in CSS? [closed]

I want to make CSS like this Width : 80%; Height : (width-30%); but I do not know, in order to measure height: width-30%. I've been using calc() but still can not
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SEO and the use of ellipsis CSS property

I have a Q&A service and in every question details page, there is a section named "related questions". Every question in there has the title and the initial lines of the answer. We are limiting ...
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For SEO of the company name, should we use a logo with alt text or a company name div replaced in CSS with an image?

Which of these alternatives would be the less negative to Google search engine? <h1> <a href="#" title="Company Name"> <img src="img/logo.png" alt="Logo" title="Company ...
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How to deny direct access to font files used in CSS?

I have a website that displays texts with unique, copyrighted fonts. I use a CSS file with "font-face" elements (see the example below) and I store the font files in a folder called "type". I would ...
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How does the Media Query apply to smartphone resolutions?

With the launch of new iPhone 6 Plus with a resolution of 1920x1080 px, it got me thinking how is this resolution different from the screen widths we UI developers define in our CSS in media-query ...
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If I used CSS to size an image, would google understand the new size?

Say I have this html code (replace x and y with actual numbers): <html> <head> <style> IMG {width: 100%;height: auto; max-width:xpx; max-height:ypx;} </style> &...
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Tradeoffs around using a query string vs embedding version number in the CSS/JS files [duplicate]

I was reading articles and forum posts about using version numbers in CSS/JS files. http://www.stevesouders.com/blog/2008/08/23/revving-filenames-dont-use-querystring/ http://www.particletree.com/...
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Ä Umlaut-dots too close to the letter in Firefox

In Mac-FF 41 (and 40) the Umlaut-dos of the letter Ä are rendered too close to the rest of the letter, as it shows in the picture below. In other Browsers however (Chrome, Safari) the type renders ...
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Mobile Google Chrome Not Resizing Responsive Website

I am new to designing responsive websites which are done in pure PHP and CSS, and I am not using any CMS like wordpress. I am using @media screen and (max-width:....) for the responsive design only (...
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Do loading screens positioned above site content harm SEO?

I use a white div covering all screen before the page loads on a website. Will this hurt my Google Search position? It's not like I'm hiding links on purpose, and I've seen loading screens on many ...
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Is there any good reason for two CSS files to @import each other?

I'm working on some critical style revisions for a client's WordPress site that was designed by another team. The CSS seems to be a tangled mess. One of the idiosyncrasies I've found is that the ...
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Does image dimensions outside image tag also slow page loading?

I am using height and width for images in css before img tag (css in same page header) so I think there is no need to set dimensions in img tag. But when I checked speed in different online tools, ...
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Do I really need to support older browsers?

When an automatic update hits Windows, it updates all software to the latest, stable version. When you update Linux, it does the same. Why should I worry about writing code for older browsers when ...
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Googlebot couldn't get all resources for this page

When I fetch and render it is showing partial. It looks fine. The same way Google sees it is the same way visitors see it. The reason for this is that I've added BuySellaAd codes in a widget onto my ...
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My site breaks on specific resolutions

It is all started here : How Google decided how websites will look to my visitors? Google told me that my site looks bad for my visitors and "Barnettt" answered me that it is happening in specific ...
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Images as hyperlinks and SEO implications

I manage several websites, one of which is an e-commerce site with a lot of images. At the top of some product category pages, there are image links to specific products (think image banners). I am ...
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What technologies do i need to learn to make a blog? [closed]

I am making my first website which will be my personal blog. My main purpose to make this is to learn website development. I know a fair amount of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. I understand these are all ...
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How Google decided how websites will look to my visitors?

I have a small WordPress website, Google shows me a print screen of how the visitors of my site see it : And as you can see in the image on the right, it seems like all the thumbnails gone and the ...
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CSS overflow bug on Mobile [closed]

I'm using the Gridless CSS Framework's html/body tags as wrappers; which works great! I'm un-role'n my site; the role main attribute would span across the page on desktop/mobile. But the new heading ...
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Managing Web Templates using CMS such as Orchard [closed]

I want to build a new web site for a construction company. And i found many online web templates that can satisfy my Interface requirements such as these web templates:- http://www.templatemonster....
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Google speed Insights displays CSS modifications but not when accessing the page

I made some CSS changes to my website but they aren't displayed when I access the website. What's weird is that when I run a Google Speed Insights test, the screenshot displayed of the website has the ...
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Google says my website has render blocking css while it doesn't

Google says the mobile version of my website has render blocking css while my website has only one css file that is placed before the closing body tag. I even test putting the css after closing html ...
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hide text between normal text without bad effect on search engine [duplicate]

I need put some hidden text between my normal text. I do it like this: <p> some text <span class="hide"> hidden text </span> some text </p> .hide{display:none} But I ...
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website Font Embedding, which way would be the best for cross browser capability?

Sometimes clients of mine request a specific font to be used in their website. I try and embed it using CSS @font face, but It is not very cross browser friendly. Sometimes I use Google fonts but they ...
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Is there a single set of Media queries for all the devices? [closed]

I am using different media queries for each type of resolution, is there a better way of doing this?
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Two duplicated <h1> tags and one hidden

Is that bad for SEO? <h1 class="responsive-hidden">This is my title</h1> <h1 class="hidden responsive-show">This is my title</h1>
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What is the difference between Flat Style design and a Metro UI? [closed]

When I look at the two they look the same, only there's not that many named "Metro." Is three a difference other than the name that Microsoft came up with?
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Graphic-only header - CSS and readability/SEO

I know it's not ideal, but if there's a 100% bitmap graphic header (with a text title rendered in the bitmap), the old way of making sure that there was a text counterpart to the graphic was to offset ...
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Is it possible to make an XML sitemap pretty enough to show to users?

I wouldn't mind showing my XML sitemap to users if there were a way to make it human usable as opposed to just machine readable. Is it possible to: Choose the colors and layout Make the locations ...
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Images are blurry in one category and not the other [closed]

You can see what I mean if you check out the site: http://healthitlink-e8865038.cloudapp.net All the images in the Apple/iOS category are blurry but if you click over to page 5 you'll see the ...
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Internal server error when using base64 encoded icon on the home page

I have an "index.html" (or .php - it makes no difference) file in the root / of my hosting space. That "index.html" file has this line of code in it: <link rel="icon" href="data:image/png;base64,...
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Why isn't the HTML break tag acceptable anymore for top and bottom margins?

I'm starting to think I'm making less with adsense now because of insufficient margins. I tried with CSS margins with using the margin and padding properties of applicable elements, but then I noticed ...
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Is Image Spriting for Articles Images a good solution?

I am starting an online portal and I calculated that I need about 102 Images (based on the amount of articles), the problem is I want to keep the whole page below 800KB (Including all assets). I want ...
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Using display:none legitimately. Still a SEO risk?

My webpage has a certain text on the footer, about 2 paragraphs. However, it is only relevant to pages and not posts. I would like to hide it on posts. If i do this using CSS display:none will I get ...
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How do you get CodePen to display the results? [closed]

I created a CodePen to compare it with jsfiddle. I added the html and the css. But...what now? How do I get it to show the results? In jsfiddle you select "Run" and, when satisfied, "Update". But ...
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A CMS for a beginner developer [duplicate]

I am a beginner developer who knows HTML, CSS and lately have entered in web development world with learning some beginning php scripts. I just want to know is there a clean CMS that allows me to ...
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Images and styles won't load when HTML is opened through the file system rather than through localhost webserver

I'm trying to translate a tutorial of a software. The tutorial is all in HTML, with CSS and some javascript. I'm noob in web development, so I'm a little lost. The problem is: I found the source-code ...
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Does putting everything in one SASS file violate the style guides?

I'm not a fan of having a lot of files in my project. I use vim and it's a lot easier to have all my stuff in one place rather than jumping between files. However as I understand, it is preferred to ...
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How can I determine the background color of a site?

How can I determine the background color of a site (so I can use that color in Photoshop)? I looked at the source code, but I don't know code well enough to figure out what's what...
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How does copying website pages and content but changing CSS affect SEO?

I have a media site that has thin content, I'd like to copy the pages to various domains I own. On the sites that will be receiving the duplicate content the CSS will be changed in various ways from ...
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How to link to Avatar image in BlueSpice MediaWiki of fixed size?

The BlueSpice MediaWiki adds a profile picture that a user can set for themselves or take an automatically generated one. These images are visible on pages to see who has edited or viewed a page ...
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How do I enable compression to reduce the file transfer size on GoDaddy?

I have hosted one of my website on godaddy.com. How do I enable compression to reduce the file transfer size? I need to compress the .css and .js files. I tried the following but it doesn't work : ...

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