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Google has long said that they care more about pages working for users than meeting standards. As long as your pages work in all widely used browsers, using non-standard tags should not be a big issue for SEO. In fact, with a few exceptions, Google doesn't seem to care what tags you use at all. Pages seem to rank well regardless of how they are ...


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Currently, as of 2021, Streaming SSR combined with partial hydration is not fully materialized. So the exact impact is unknown. But in general, streaming HTML is not a new thing. It has been there since a long time. Streaming HTML is just being implemented with modern SSR using React, Solid.js, etc. As far as the search engines are concerned, the reduction ...


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This is from Google ... https://developers.google.com/search/docs/beginner/seo-starter-guide Do: Format links so they're easy to spot Make it easy for users to distinguish between regular text and the anchor text of your links. Your content becomes less useful if users miss the links or accidentally click them. Avoid: Using CSS or text styling that make ...


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If the links will be displayed in a way that makes it clear they are part of the webring then I wouldn't worry about adding a rel attribute. For example, if they will be under a header that says something like "visit our friends" or "other sites you might enjoy", and if you use the name of the sites as link anchors (as opposed to a high-...


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In the past I've tested Javascript-injected structured data in Google's structured data tools, and found the tools are able to pick them up. It sounds like the tool you're using is picking up Javascript injected elements, and when you view the source on your own you're seeing the HTML prior to the Javascript firing. Instead of viewing source (control+U) try ...


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