Posts Tagged ‘Cascading Style Sheets’

How to Understand Viewport Units in CSS

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Viewport is defined as the visible area on a window screen that refers to the displays of the devices. It’s been a couple years since CSS originally introduced viewport units. Viewport units let you size items and fonts as a proportion of the user’s screen’s total width or height (the viewport). […]

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and SEO

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and SEO For most of the early history of Google, it was assumed that Google was not able to read CSS files, and hence could not understand the location of content on a web page. However, Google worked for years to improve its capabilities in this area, and this culminated in […]