Choose your titles wisely for better URLs

Remember to always use the hyphen character (-) in your weblinks if it contains more than one word. That way, you’ll get more value from your URL keywords. Google treats hyphen (-) like a space, while it treats underscore as a non-breaking space.

The slash character / is also treated as a space, by the way. I wouldn’t use that in a URL, but you are safe using it to separate two keywords in your texts.

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CSS Browser Compatibility Improvement Tip

Always use the following CSS code when not explicitly mentioning padding and margin.
Not all browsers take zero padding and margin by default.

html {
padding: 0px;
margin: 0px;
}
body {
padding: 0px;
margin: 0px;
}