Questions tagged [inlining]

Inlining is the technique of embedding images, styles, and scripts directly into an HTML document instead of linking them from separate files or URLs. It is typically done for performance reasons, as it prevents the browser from needing to make as many HTTP requests.

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Is SVG better for SEO than other image formats?

While reading an article on the internet I read that SVG is better for SEO than other image formats. How true is that? Also, when adding an SVG image to a website should it be added as <svg> or &...
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Why do some web pages bake images into their HTML?

Some webpages bake image data into the HTML, like this one which has baked it into a piece JavaScript code, making the size of the HTML document itself reach several MB in size. Why do some web ...
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Are SVG inline "images" (XML inside HTML) indexed by Google as images?

I have a site on which I want to generate many svg dynamically with JS. I make them dynamically because they are like 20.000 and making them as real images on the server would be a nightmare... So I ...
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Is inline JavaScript good or bad?

I've currently switched from WordPress to Yii framework and an external developer is rebuilding my site. One thing I notice is that each time he invokes AJAX / jQuery the Yii way, it embeds inserts ...
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Image data URI and SEO

Do you think the use of image data URI is SEO friendly? On the one hand saves you a HTTP request. On the other hand it really messes up your code. Especially for image files larger than 20KB or ...