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  1. Hello. I was wondering, when coding in HTML 5, what is the order of the meta tags? Should they after the title-tag?
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    Hello. Will it be okay if I only have the index-page in the sitemap?
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    Hello. When creating a sitemap to submit to google-webmaster account, how many sublinks must I have beside the index-file?
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    Hello. Do you know of any site that provides public domain-images from tv-series or Movies?
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    link color

    Hello. I was wondering, If I change the hyperlink-color with CSS, i.e, a {color: black}, must I then at the same time define the background-color for the hyperlink, i.e a {background: green;}?
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    Hello. I have considered to use a sitemap to get indexed in Google. How many links must a sitemap least have? Will it be ok if I only have the index-page?
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    Hello. If I define h1 {color: olive} in my css-file, must I also add background (i.e, background: transparent?)
  8. Hello. How do I define color for my <hr>? Is with "background" or "color" in my css-file?
  9. Hello. I forgot some piece of css-code in the previous entry. In the stylesheet on li, I forgot "border: outset thin". Will it still matter? SEO-wise and so forth.
  10. Hello. I have a website which has buttons created with <ul> and <li>. The <ul> is inside a div-container. If I insert margin: 0 auto to the <ul> inside my stylesheet, the li automatically spans automatically on the width. Is this SEO-friendly? I also discovered, that I don't need to specify list-style-type: none when coding it like this. The button to the li has disappeared. Let me give an example of the CSS-code. Maybe you will understand easier. ul {margin: 0 auto;} li {padding: 20px;width: 200px;list-style-type: none;} #menydiv {border: solid 1px;} (I don't specify and width in the menydiv. I have also specified list-style-type none to the <li even though I discovered it disappeared by itself when coding it like this.)
  11. Hello. I have a website with only content on the index-page. Should I place a link to the index.html-file even though it's the only document on the site? Is it SEO-friendly?
  12. Hello. I have a site which is coded in html 4.01. The problem is, a linkpartner of mine requires a backlink in xhtml. Will I have to recode my site into XHTML in order for my site to be SEO-friendly?
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    CSS issues

    Hello. I little problem has arised with my stylesheet. The thing is, I have defined some elements in my css-file that doesn't correspond to any elements in my html-document. For example, I define <hr> in my css-document, however, without any hr in my html-document. Will I have to remove every element (hr and others) from my css-file in order for my site to be seo-friendly?
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    CSS issues

    Hello. I have a little problem with using <li> in <ul> (unordered lists). I have set the li to display:inline in the stylesheet-link, which makes it horizontal. I will use it as navigation. Here's the issue. The ul for nav is put inside a div called nav. When I adjust the padding of <li> it stretches across the border of the nav-div. Will my site be SEO-friendly if I don't make any adjustments to the div for the navigation? Are there any other ways?
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    How do I link to seperate sections on an individual page of my site?
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