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How will you treat Web standards while optimizing a website?

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How will you treat Web standards while optimizing a website?

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Every experts have their own strategy. I want to know that how will you treat Web standards while optimizing a website?
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Simply if you want to optimize a website in terms of SEO, you have to keep in mind such things like on page optimization, off page optimization, meta tags also google for a web standards so, I used W3C.
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I usually apply the web standards from the W3C while optimizing the website page, which helps the site to get more points from Google to improvise page rank.
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When it comes to code VS content ratio, it matters to include your page content above the header and navigation. Also, using CSS helps a lot in this situation as you can easily rearrange the order, prioritizing the most relevant content first.
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There are numerous methods for enhancing your Web server performances. It gets to be vital when you are managing a high traffic website, however, it typically great practice for giving a better user experience and saving money. A while ago, I published the way of web standards to emphasize great practices around Web advances. One of them used caching capabilities to save time and money.
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