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Block ads Ghostery's built-in ad blocker removes advertisements from a webpage to eliminate clutter so you can focus on the content you want. Google's free service instantly translates words, phrases, and web pages between English and over other languages. Example Books - high-quality used books for children Google understands the following meta tags (and related items): Make sure that you surround the value of the content attribute with quotes - otherwise the charset.
The Device Toolbar See also Set orientation.
Show device frame When simulating the dimensions of a specific mobile device like an iPhone 6, open More options and then select Show device frame to show the physical device frame around the viewport. Note: If you don't see a device frame for a particular device, it probably means that DevTools just doesn't have art for that specific option.
Figure 9. Show device frame Figure The device frame for the iPhone 6 Add a custom mobile device To add a custom device: Click the Device list and then select Edit. Figure Selecting Edit Click Add custom device.
Enter a name, width, and height for the device. The device pixel ratio , user agent string , and device type fields are optional.
The device type field is the list that is set to Mobile by default. Creating a custom device Show rulers Click More options and then select Show rulers to see rulers above and to the left of your viewport.
This meta tag tells Google not to show the sitelinks search box. Learn more about sitelinks search box. In general, this gives you the chance to provide your unique and compelling content to a much larger group of users.
However, there may be situations where this is not desired. This meta tag tells Google that you don't want us to provide a translation for this page. Please note that while the values of the "name" and "content" attributes must match exactly what is provided to you including upper and lower case , it doesn't matter if you change the tag from XHTML to HTML or if the format of the tag matches the format of your page.
Make sure that you surround the value of the content attribute with quotes - otherwise the charset attribute may be interpreted incorrectly. However, it is not supported by all browsers and can be confusing to the user. The W3C recommends that this tag not be used. We recommend using a server-side redirect instead.
Presence of this tag indicates to Google that the page is mobile friendly. Read more about how to configure the viewport meta tag. Learn more about labeling SafeSearch pages.