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Questions tagged [html]

HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the predominant markup language used for creating web pages. In modern web pages, HTML is used to markup the contents of the website, while CSS and Javascript are used to define the styles and behaviors respectively.

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Problem displaying posts on the home page [on hold]

I have a blog on blogger platform (https://playstation1gr.blogspot.com/) ... the problem is that on my homepage there are 8 posts while I had to show me 10 so i have set it up .. i have put in the ...
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Google Analytics doesn't track events, everything else is correctly tracked

I've set Analytics for my new landing page. Everything works correctly( real-time data as well) except for Events tracking. Actually, this is the first time I'm working with Analytics Events tracking,...
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Is an H1 tag that contains a style block with CSS as well as an image with alt text Google-friendly?

Here is how my website's H1 tag shows up in the Moz tool (or any other SEO tool I used so far): The website is build through Shopify platform and Shopify says it's perfectly fine but I have my doubts,...
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Build a website that returns input [on hold]

How to build a webpage that returns input from the user to the server using HTML CSS and Javascript?
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Complicated AJAX update with two select elements [migrated]

I have a form with two select elements where users can select a product variant (for example red, green, blue shirt) and the quantity. When changing the variant/quantity, I do a AJAX request to get ...
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My JQuery button won't work on Macbook (Safari) or IPhones (Safari!!) [closed]

I have a button that uses Ajax and JavaScript to send info to the database. It works fine on Chrome and on Android (my Galaxy Note 8). But the weird thing is, I used the exact same syntax (but ...
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What's the purpose of HTML headings? [duplicate]

Please clear this thing up for me. What is the purpose of HTML headings (h1, h2, h3 tags etc)? Is it to let the search engine know what content is important on the page... OR to show what is the ...
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How can I determine where a login form is submitted?

I want to write a program which will log in to squareup.com. So for this I need to know where the form is located and to where is it submitted. So the form is located at https://squareup.com/login, ...
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Getting Gravatar to appear in email Inbox

I have created a Gravatar for my email address for my business website through the Gravatar Website (gravatar.com). I have done some reading and understand that this gravatar should appear in peoples ...
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Combining RDFa Lite author schema and rel=“author” HTML markup

Is there any way to retain the HTML rel part of the below snippet: <body vocab="http://schema.org/" typeof="AboutPage"> <address property="author" typeof="person">Contact <a rel="...
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500 error after migrating from Easy Apache 3 to EA4 on Centos6 VPS

I made the mistake of clicking the button in WHM to migrate from Easy Apache 3 to EA4 and now I am receiving a 500 error when I try to visit my site. What have I broken and how can I troubleshoot the ...
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When an attribute value ends in a slash, can I omit the quotes? It looks confusing when the trailing slash is next to the closing angle bracket

I have been thinking about this case: You want to use canonical on page A directing to example.com/: <link rel=canonical href=example.com/> If I wouldn't use quotation marks like that, could ...
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Make a container element with a CSS style rule so that it expands around its floated content [migrated]

I have to make a container element with a style rule so that it expands around its floated content. I've already coded the html part, but in the CSS I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do. #container ...
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Is the CSS [attribute=“value”] Selector unnecessary? [migrated]

I'm taking one of the edX classes on CSS and they've included: [class*='example'] { background-color: orange; } in the CSS stylesheet. Not familiar with that type of an attribute, so I looked it up....
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How to add google structure data in Blog Post?

I want to add Google structure data in WordPress Blog posts, pages. Where i need to place Structure data (in body or head section)? What is the correct schema structure for Posts or pages? Thanks
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Can you put all the text in a static tag for SEO but completely re-write the page with JavaScript?

Can our website used the trick: putting all SEO data in some tag, but rendering all the web page elements with JavaScript? How would that work for SEO? May be like: <div> <a href="/about"...
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What is less bad for SEO: to have a <section> with no heading, or to hide the heading with CSS? [duplicate]

I have my document outlined in several <section>s, but according to the spec The theme of each section should be identified, typically by including a heading (h1–h6 element) as a child of ...
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How to include a link in email that opens an Android app if available, but opens the website if not?

In HTML code for an email is there a way to have a fallback URL when a primary URL cannot be handled? For example: Open app when using Android Open website when clicking on it on a desktop I know ...
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SEO impact of usage of many spacers/formatters/… class in HTML instead of in css static file

We're working on redesigning our full website, we have a critical impact on our business from SEO. We are trying to use a lot of formatters, spacers, etc classes from SASS like suggested by bootstrap. ...
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reason for wrapping an anchor in a form?

This is one of those "found in someone else's code and wondering what they're thinking" questions... The HTML being generated is of the form <form method="post" action="#"> <a href="?...
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Loading multiple pictures as sprites?

I've read it's a good idea to combine images as sprites (and use background positioning) to have less dns lookups and therefore speed up your site. But it seems all the images are loading ...
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Why does the SDTT tell me that the image field is missing?

I created a recipe on Drupal 8. When I test my page with Google Structured Data Testing Tool, it tells me that the image field is missing: Yet when I open the link of the image in my internet browser,...
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Is email obfuscation still helpful in 2019? [closed]

Historically, even simple tricks would prevent mailto: links from being harvested by web crawlers, but I'm curious to know if modern bots are too advanced to be beaten. Is the effort to obfuscate ...
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generating part of html with javascript to increase the page loading speed

I've got picture gallery on my website that contains few hundreds of images. These are miniatures that are enlarged when have been clicked. The images are well optimized (they are compressed using one ...
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Does Fetch as Google have a charchters / lines limit? And does it matter?

I have a test page with text only. No JS. No CSS. Just the html, head, body and p tags and a lot of lorem ipsum text. Now when I try to use Fetch as Google tool, the HTTP response is cutted at the ...
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Browsers load actual website from external server and keep in cache [closed]

So, currently, I'm using 000webhost to host my website, but they only allow 1000 MB to store all the files for my website, which IMO is a little small. So, what I want to accomplish is something like ...
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Can I use <icon> element in HTML5? It fails the W3C validator

When I go to the W3C validator service, to try out if it complains about using an <icon> element, with this example: <!doctype html> <html lang="en"> <head> <title>...
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Google showing dynamic page title set by JavaScript rather than the static title embedded in the HTML

On my website the title is initially set through the title tag in the html served by my server. It is then changed to its dynamic equivalent through JavaScript. I want Google to show my website's ...
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How many internal links does Googlebot care about per page?

I read somewhere something like this: Penguin (Google algorithm) indexes (cares/reviews) only the first 5 internal links in the DOM from the top. I that true? You know, I have a "related posts ...
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Does having a <span> tag around a portion of a word hurt SEO?

If I do <h1>H<span style="font-size: 12px;">ello</span> W<span style="font-size: 12px;">orld</span></h1> Will search engines read it as "Hello World"? Will this ...
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HTML SEO: “alt” text attribute for related photos

If I have a photo gallery where each photo in the gallery has a mini-feed of 'related photos', should the alt text of these related photos describe these related photos or should they describe the ...
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How can I use canonical tags to resolve duplication between the home page, category pages, tag pages, and article pages?

On my site I have something like little blog (PHP and MySQL dynamically loaded posts), with categories like "life", "business", and "health". Each article has added tags. Tags allow to find articles ...
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SEO method to set page titles differently? (same header PHP)

My PHP-based site files start off with <?php include("PHP/header.php"); ?> which includes all the HTML (metadata, scripts, etc.) shared by every page - along <head> and <title>. The ...
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GTmetrix complains of un-optimized images in responsive design

The website GTmetrix is giving me low score on "Optimize images" for the following reason: On my main page I have 4 columns with images. Each column takes 25% of the screen resolution so on my ...
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What if to load duplicated blocks e.g. header and footer by JS

If we use static site generators (SSG) and edit some block duplicated on many pages e.g. header or footer, we need to regenerate all the HTML pages using this block. Regardless of the speed of our SSG,...
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How to markup with Microdata a “table of contents” and “embedded content” for a PublicationIssue?

Suppose I have a PublicationIssue of a Periodical, and I display a webpage with a ToC/summary with a list of Articles and a file document embedded with an iframe. The issue content is not coded on the ...
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“Under construction” pages and multiple canonicalization tags

My website has a few pages that are still "under construction" and I want to go online. What is the best practice to redirect all HREF links to a common "under construction" page? Can it be done ...
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Will it hurt SEO to remove the '.html' extension from static pages such that they get served as 'text/x-generic'?

If we want to go with static website, we generate static html files of pages with names like contacts.html and we may add to our .htaccess file the lines like RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^(([^/]+/)*[...
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html file fails once loaded [closed]

I'm encountering an error that i can't figure out. I have some html files that I open perfectly withthe browser (falkon) on my pc. But, once i upload them to the website, they give me Internl Server ...
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How much critical CSS can be inlined before there is a negative performance impact?

I've heard that to avoid render-blocking issues, it's good to inline critical CSS directly in the <HEAD> tag by including the actual CSS in <STYLE> tags, and then load the rest of the CSS ...
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How can I meta tag properly in a CMS where every page has the same <head> code?

I'm helping someone update their website with code similar to this <title>keywords | brand</title> <link rel="shortcut icon" type=" "/> <link rel="canonical" href="http://website....
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Is using nested spans in HTML 5 valid?

Is it standard in HTML 5 if we use span in span? <span class="fake-input"> <span id="fake-input"></span> <span id="deftext">No file selectedspan</span> </span>
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Form submission without page refresh

I have a form and the details gets updated after submitting it and the page refreshes after that automatically and the details of the form will be shown at the bottom of the form. That means all the ...
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How to do an accessible and SEO-friendly image header?

given these two classes (which I've copied from bootstrap 4.1.3): .sr-only { position: absolute; width: 1px; height: 1px; padding: 0; overflow: hidden; clip: rect(0, 0, 0, 0); white-...
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How can I create a list with hyperlinks to files in my website automatically?

I'm a total newbie creating a website as a school project. If in my website I have a number of documents in HTML format inside a folder and want to create a list with hyperlinks to those documents (...
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How to hide HTML tags from SEO spiders

I understand and know how hiding things from your website works and how the search engine spiders will still be able to ¨see¨ this hidden element and penalize your website for it. Thing is, I did not ...
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Will random text and links hidden by CSS around our content to prevent it from being crawled and parsed prevent Google from indexing those pages?

I have a Q/A website which is lunched for about 3 months. I don't know why the single pages will not be indexed in the google. For example when I search for جهت مستفیض شدن از ماه محرم, I will see the ...
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Opening a pop up window automatically on the date mentioned in the function [closed]

I want it to remain open from the specified date onwards. This is the code I have. <script type="text/javascript"> function newPopup(url) { popupWindow = window.open(url,'popUpWindow','...');...
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Should itemprop be on innermost HTML tag?

I wonder if it makes any difference whether I markup an item on my site like this: <h1 itemprop="name"><a href="some-page.html">Joe Doe</a></h1> or like this: <h1><...
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html use multiple tag in a tag [duplicate]

My code is : <article class="product"> <a href="#"> <h2>My product title</h2> <p>My product small description and text</p> <span>...