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Using URLs as anchor texts

Some reasons I might not do so: The URL is probably uninteresting to most users. Often a link is integrated into a sentence and a URL doesn't integrate well.1 These days, with fancy search bars and ...
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Chrome doesn't remember vertical scroll position of my website when reloading the page?

In my case was a css issue at body (Firefox, Safari not affected by the problem): overflow: auto; After I remove it, it seems to work well.
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Google Search Console errors occuring and disappearing all the time

This is fairly common, however, the frequency that you are experiencing it is not. I manage SEO for a lot of websites, and only see this come up every once in a while. I hit "validate fix" ...
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Is having a letter "z" in your (short) domain a bad idea?

So will a 5 letter domain which is a abbreviation of a long word worth it to register and use as your own domain? No. Well maybe a yes if its a well known abbreviation, but you want to cater your ...
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Bad to add external link in the navbar?

Question put to John Mueller: A: Just link naturally. The placement of a link within a page doesn't make it "safe" or "unsafe".
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How to resolve "Text too small to read" error from Google Search Console's mobile usability report?

Google's official description is: "The font size for the page is too small to be legible and would require mobile visitors to “pinch to zoom” in order to read." This means you should use ...
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Getting usability issues in Google Search Console for the responses of API calls

API endpoints are usually not useful to have in Google Search Results, so the best thing to do would be to block them using robots.txt as you suggested. These API endpoints are not supposed to be ...
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How should I construct a site so that the URL is meaningful for the user and Big Internet Search Engine?

As Willtech mentioned in his answer, you want to use the path as a way to show various types of categories. The top one, though, should probably be the type of content, opposed to a broad-topic. But ...
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Google Search Console reports a page had a usability problem last week, how can I find out what page that was?

From Steven Ostermiller's and Trich's comments: False alarms are common for this issue It's no longer possible to retrieve the URL So that's it, nothing to worry about :-)
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Google's Webmaster mobile usability test says my page is not usable, while pagespeed says it is!

"clickable elements too close to each, text too small to read" is saying two things. People's fingers are two big and two of your links are closer than around 50px which is the size of the ...
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Should we implement the accesskey HTML attribute?

Keyboard access is on the way down. My suggestion would be. If your site is like a forum or a game, where a user may constantly repeat the same actions, then you could help them by providing an access ...
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Google's Webmaster mobile usability test says my page is not usable, while pagespeed says it is!

For visibility: My case this was caused by a mistake in configuration and a "weird" behaviour of my wordpress theme inline styles: there was a typo in the image size, leading to a too large ...
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Is it common practice to customize marketing page content for different types of users?

It's one thing to craft targeted pages for Small Business, Enterprise, and Individuals, but it sounds like you understand it's another thing to create multiple pages that "leave much of the content ...
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How should I construct a site so that the URL is meaningful for the user and Big Internet Search Engine?

Your URL is the first thing that is required to access your page and is important and easily overlooked. Strictly, a URL should be arranged as follows for any site: http://example.com/broad-topic/...
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Chrome doesn't remember vertical scroll position of my website when reloading the page?

I am searching for the solution for the same problem. As you said, It happens when html code generates in JS. Browser doesn't find where to go (because html codes hadn't been generated yet.) and it ...
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