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Think of writing a paper. Your paper would be one topic with subtopics. You would have headers and paragraphs. Headers define a subtopic of the papers topic and precede the paragraphs that cover the subtopic. You would have more than one subtopic in logical order to make your point. In effect, the headers are your topic outline. This is how headers and ...


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A <p> tag is specifically for a paragraph. If you are creating a section of a page, use a container tag, such as <article>, <div>, or <section>. And, FYI, you can put whatever you want in a <p> and the browser will probably not have any problem with it. It's not good practice, it can lead to some unexpected behaviour, and it ...


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True, the limit to an XML sitemap is 50MB (uncompressed) and 50,000 URLs. This is also the limit for any type of sitemap file, including HTML; any more than that, and the engine will stop crawling any single file. Also, @Evgeniy is correct that HTML sitemaps are pointless; nowhere in SEO literature does it say that Google or any search engine likes these ...


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Googlebot will see the lazy loaded content after it has been loaded onto the correct page. The page will be taken as a whole once any lazy loaded content or dynamic content has been loaded as Google will evaluate the page as the end user would see it. All that having the exclusion in your robots.txt file will do is prevent Google from listing the endpoint ...


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And the HTML5 terminology is: p's "Content model" is "Phrasing content": "https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/grouping-content.html#the-p-element code's "Categories" are: "Flow content", "Phrasing content" and "Palpable content": https://html.spec.whatwg.org/multipage/text-level-semantics.html#the-code-element Since code's categories include "Phrasing ...


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https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn/HTML/Multimedia_and_embedding/Video_and_audio_content Firstly, The audio and video tracks within the container hold data in the appropriate format for the codec used to encode that media. Different formats are used for audio tracks versus video tracks. Each audio track is encoded using an audio codec, ...


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It is possible and WordPress is set up by default to allow static files. WordPress uses a front controller to have index.php handle all the URLs. But it has an exception for any static file that actually exists. The code WordPress uses in .htaccess to do this is: RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule . /...


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It's a good question and there is no one size fits all answer. However with the rise of mobile networks the answer is almost always compress as much as possible. In the long run uncompressing on the client will always use less energy than using more bandwith. Gzip is very lightweight but it can become an overkill when: the compression level is set to too ...


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