One of the fundamentals of SEO that may get overlooked is the correct use of heading tags. Search engines use headings when crawling content to determine the page’s topics and helps to structure and organize the information to help your visitors digest the content.
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A pure CSS technique for creating shadow borders and dividers by utilizing curved CSS box shadows, the :before and :after pseudo-elements, and border radius. It also includes a method for creating a box shadow on just the top, bottom, or a single side of an html element.
Due to the inconsistent treatment of scrollbars in media queries by web browsers, jQuery $(window).width() and CSS3 media query widths do not always match. This is a light-weight solution for firing jQuery functions in conjunction with CSS media queries.