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A webpage is a document that is loaded into your web browser in a format that the web browser understands.

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HOW TO BRING CENTRE ALIGNMENT IN WEB PAGE USING HTML? [closed]

In html, what can we write in the code to bring the content of my web page in the center ?? I have tried to write the code within "center" tag and "/center" but it's not working. ...
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Should I create a separate webpage for related keywords?

I am setting up a website for a dentist in Turkey, and I'm not sure whether or not I should set up two different webpages for "Dental Veneers Turkey" and "Laminate Veneers Turkey". ...
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Is there any advantage to naming the home page: homepage.php?

For a while now I have been redirecting my index.php page to homepage.php for the sake of my home page actually having homepage as the filename. A disadvantage I am seeing in Google Search Console ...
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WordPress permalinks with the category and the postname throw a "Page Cannot Be Found" error

Background: I have developed and managed many WordPress sites over the years. Only one of these sites has this problem, but, based on comments on the WordPress.org forum, others are having the same ...
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When a WebPage (or similar type) uses an ID that matches a breadcrumb ID, why does the WebPage become part of the BreadcrumbList?

Is this what is supposed to happen? If so, why? Here's an example (test code here): <script type="application/ld+json"> { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "WebPage", "@id":...
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Is noscript mandatory for worldwide compliance page compliance?

I tested a random page of mine with javascript on achecker.ca four times: once using the "Stanca Act" guideline in the scanning options, once using the "Section 508" guideline, once using the "WCAG 1....
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Can it be an issue to search engines if a primary image in a webpage is not declared with an image tag?

I was looking at my reports on google adsense, and on my mobile site, google reports that people see ads about 1% of the time. The stats are much more in my favor on the desktop site where the ads are ...
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