Category Archives: css

Semantically styling breadcrumbs—What’s wrong with » > › → / • ?

We need to optimize our sites for search engines, but shouldn’t we do it in a semantically correct manner? Apparently I’m a year late with this topic – It was about a year ago, when Google started adding breadcrumbs to SERPS, but hopefully it will make it easier to find the answers I’m looking for. […]

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