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  1. 1) Server.Transfer() does not change the address...

    1) Server.Transfer() does not change the address bar, we cannot hit back.One should use Server.Transfer() when he/she doesn’t want the user to see where he is going. Sometime on a "loading" type...
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    only use percentages when every user is going to...

    only use percentages when every user is going to get the same result because of a parent element having a fixed (pixel) width. Otherwise there will be inconsistencies in your design, making it so...
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    link juice becomes the very thing that you are...

    link juice becomes the very thing that you are looking for, in the number of people that provide links to your pages. The more links you have, especially from well-linked places, the greater your...
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    Doorway pages are created to do well for...

    Doorway pages are created to do well for particular phrases. They are also known as portal pages, jump pages, gateway pages, entry pages.These are simple HTML pages that are customized to a few...
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    The basic idea of tag clouds is to represent tags...

    The basic idea of tag clouds is to represent tags according to their meaning, their weight and their frequency relatively to other tags. This is done with appropriate font sizes and colors. The more...
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    When you link to other pages on your site or to...

    When you link to other pages on your site or to your home page, you are using onsite crosslinking.Crosslinking is a powerful and important tool for SEO. Use offsite and onsite crosslinking to build...
  7. A tag is a declaration of a HTML object whereas...

    A tag is a declaration of a HTML object whereas an Attribute is a property of an object.
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    HTML5 is the successor of HTML 4.01.HTML5 was...

    HTML5 is the successor of HTML 4.01.HTML5 was created to make the coding process easier and more logical.The syntactic features include the new <video>, <audio> and <canvas> elements, but also...
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