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You can export the database information as many text formats like CSV, JSON, TXT, SQL, etc. But usually databases are more complex than just the information contained there, for instance, there may be dependencies between tables, autoincrement fields, foerign key restrictions, etc. If you just edit the exported text, you may be breaking some of the ...


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Its difficult to understand your code, In jQuery you can get the image alt jQuery("#image_id").attr('alt'); if you need to set some alt tag you can use as below. jQuery("#image_id").attr('alt','your text'); If the image have no id or class you can select with img tag too, in that case more than one img on the same page you have to loop them like below. ...


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You have to stop listening to all these so call SEO experts with something to sell!! This is just plain Bull Squirt! Stop buying what these SEO parroting idiots are selling. It is a fools errand to chase all this stuff. Just make a site that is honest and people enjoy. That is all you need to do. Yes. There are [****** - lousy] links. And yes. There are ...


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Javascript?.... no problem! kind off... Google and other search engines have had the ability to make sense of JavaScript for some years, however depending on how complex your scripts are will determine how easily the search bots can make sense of it all. No javaScript fall backs Generally its always best practice to ensure your pages can some what viewed ...


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I do not know a great deal about Search Engine Optimization, but I do know enough about HTML parsing to know that whitespace is mostly ignored to the parser. HTML parsers and SEO parsers should work in a similar manner. As a rule of thumb I would expect this to be true: If a website's source code is changed and it renders the same, it should rank the same.


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The only issue I can see on that URL is that you're missing width and height attributes on the big image at the top. This means after getting the HTML page, the browser has to wait for the image to download and then re-render the page, since it has no way of knowing how much space to allow for the image until it has the whole file. That may be what Insights ...


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When you don´t put something in between, are your links even visible / klickable on your page? Normally you would attach a link to a picture like this. <a href="image1"><img src="example.jpg" alt="example pic"></a> If your images are created through CSS you should include the html elements on which the CSS is creating the images in ...


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homepage content isnt as important as people make it. It's more about backlinks and inbound links to your site. If homepage content was important then every company would be adding tons of content to their homepage. But if you look at well designed websites there is not a ton of content on homepage but they still rank well.


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Tried it out. Took about ~5 seconds to render 10,000 icons as inline svgs locally, and scrolling flashes white a little bit. Didn't do any optimization, don't really know what could be done, but doesn't seem like a workable solution.


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This sounds like you would benefit from a GUI to do this for you... However some one would need to build that for you (assuming you're not a developer). Exporting to a different format is not advisable in most cases as if your database is relational or has any constrains, then editing without having these rules enforced will likely cause issues and prevent ...


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A text-light home page is usually fine for SEO. The home page has two important SEO functions: Rank for your brand name. Link to your most important content. Your page with little text and just two links still should accomplish both of those goals. In order to rank for your brand name, the title of your page should start with your brand name. You could ...


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Let me answer from Google's perspective. What are the rules in 2021 for writing text for SEO? Perhaps the following Google recommendations can help: Content and quality questions Does the content provide original information, reporting, research or analysis? Does the content provide a substantial, complete or comprehensive description of the topic? Does ...


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This is not a serious error. It is merely an indication that some link texts are duplicated. In this particular case it is because the menu is present twice in the source code. Once as a menu and once in the sidebar. It also often happens that the menu is present once for desktop and once for mobile. However, this would be a rather poor implementation for ...


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You can activate compression using .htaccess file if your server supports it. Just create a ".htaccess" file on your http root with this contents and run the test again: <ifModule mod_gzip.c> mod_gzip_on Yes mod_gzip_dechunk Yes mod_gzip_item_include file .(html?|txt|css|js|php|pl)$ mod_gzip_item_include handler ^cgi-script$ ...


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When it comes to SEO, "negative" means a lower page ranking. That being said, in your case you have nothing to worry about. Google will probably categorize this specific word as gibberish. Even then, according to this patent it will determine the gibberish threshold of your page as a whole. If you only use this censored word once or twice, you will not ...


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Just to define your terms, it sounds like "glitch" text is text that has effects applied to it that may make it difficult to read such as: quivering "televisions static" effects looks like it was digitally corrupted partly faded As long as the effect is meant for users and does not hinder their ability to read the text, Google will have no problem with it. ...


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Are you asking about font size? 6px or larger is advised. Maybe one of these links can help you out. http://adsense.blogspot.com/2009/06/font-size-matters.html https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/6002621?hl=en If you choose a decent font-family, it'll always be easy to read as your viewport is scaled. Consider working with (r)ems to avoid gigantic ...


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I don't know why you want to change order but let me clear that Google ads using asynchronous code to load ads without waiting itself i.e. other things can be load without waiting of ads execution. You have implemented adsense ads at starting, so browser try to load that one first, and if ads server response well, then as usually browser (Parallel mechanism ...


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You will not have any problems with this at all and Google recommends you remove such space when possible. Minification refers to the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, ...


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You can follow the instructions located at https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/30629?hl=en which specifically deal with configuring which types of ads to show in your ad units. Basically you can specify that you want to show text and image ads or text only ads. The thing to keep in mind though is that if you specify text only ads the revenue you make ...


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Google recommends certain sizes because the have the most inventory for those sizes. Advertisers only upload a limited number creatives and tend to start with the most popular sizes. You are free to use whatever sizes fit your design best. If you find that the recommended sizes don't work for your site, don't use them. If you can make room for the ...


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It depends on your goal. If the goal is to delete message on your forum, the best idea is to manage it under the forum backend. Normally, each forum backend tool has a way to moderate all user actions. I do not advise you to change directly contents directly from database. The data integrity may be corrupted following such direct database manipulation.


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mysqldump is a database backup tool that can export the entire database to a single text file. You could use the Unix commands on that text file, and then use it to recreate the database.


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