The page contains a large number of Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) definitions
The page contains a large block of embedded Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) code. Search engines will ignore CSS code, but large quantities of CSS code that precede the actual text content of the page will force the text content further down in the HTML. Since search engines may analyze only the first 100 KB of a page, it is possible that the CSS block may prevent search engines from indexing any page content.
Move large blocks of CSS code to externally linked CSS files.
These violations are from the Bing SEO Toolkit, and are the same violations
that Bing finds when crawling the internet, it is a safe bet that Google would find
much the same violations.
"exactly the same as the crawler of the search engine will see it"
Alessandro Catorcini ,
Lead Program Manager, Bing API
Date Recorded: 2011-11-19
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