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There is no maximum number of pages for a website in terms of SEO. As far as SEO goes, your website should have as many high quality pages as you can produce that are relevant to your website's topic. Bad SEO comes not from having too many pages, but from having too many low quality pages. StackOverflow is a great example of a website with many pages but ...


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Yes, I think they're testing how you think about sites. A site can have as little or as many pages as it has the capacity to create depending on the hosting storage size. If you're working as an SEO Analyst you'll likely have service based clients that will have a few high priority service offering pages, content pages, and ancillary pages AND ecommerce ...


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To give better user experience your website should look great on all resolution , at least in most of the commonly used monitors your website should look great. For mobile, better have a minimalist website which is convenient to browse and do business with your website. When you don't have a pleasing/attractive website customer will exit quickly. Mostly ...


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Nope, as far as SEO is concerned, it does not matter how small your website content looks on larger monitors. Website width does not directly affect SEO but website should be accessible and visible to the search engines. But it's important for user experience and visitors. So make sure you check your website on PageSpeed Insights tool and pass User ...


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I agree with all the comments made about SEO being to highly focused on over other webmastering tasks however in answer to your question... As long as you do not have any robots.txt rules which block access to your CSS, or the CSS in question is on the page or inline you won't have any issues. Putting aside concerns of penalties, which would not happen ...


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