SEO is probably the last reason to implement a coding standard. Google has long said that they index sites is they find them, including poorly built sites, as long as they work for users.
In fact, the style guides that Google itself uses prefer smaller HTML for performance over correct HTML that validates. See HTML Style Guide Google vs W3Schools.
You can insert Video in your webpage using iframe.
Follow this step:
Use the youtube site to find the video you want
Click the'Share'button below the video
Click the 'Embed' button next to the link they show you
Copy the iframe code given and paste it into the html of your web
Write following code in HTML and paste that link between src ...
If you are using latest html5 version then you should use this code.
HTML5 can come up with some new tag Video tag are one of them.
<video width=auto height=auto controls>
<source src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/W7qWa52k-nE" type="video/mp4">
While you won't see any changes to your SERP positions or indexing regardless of which path you take here, you're doing the right thing by having internal links open in the same tab. (As @closetnoc pointed out above, including the attribute at all is a bit redundant, since the default behavior of links is to open in the same tab, unless otherwise specified.) ...
Not looking to be a necromancer, but there was a recent article from someone at Yoast that details problems that arise with using the @Graph type when trying to get Google search to "report" the subsequent types, especially with Organization data: link
I would recommend breaking out each type into its own "node" for now instead of using @graph as an array, ...
rel="noreferrer" doesn't affect security.
It is for your own privacy (or for being secretive).
If your page has a link to a page on site-X, when someone clicks on it, the log file on site-X will record the fact that your site provided the link.
Generally this could be considered a good thing.
For instance they might notice that they are getting many ...
A robots meta tag with noindex will prevent Google from indexing a page. The meta tag takes precedence over:
Search console account: Registering for search console will show you additional information about how Google views your site, but it doesn't affect whether or not it is indexed.
Inclusion in an XML sitemap: Including a noindex page in a sitemap ...