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    The title is kind of cryptic, I know, but I couldnt figure out what to put. Anyway, when designing a website, is it advisable to make a separate page for each link, such as about, contacts, services, etc, OR make just one page and show or hide the different sections using css depending on what link is clicked. Also, what are all the og meta tags?


    All depends on what is needed and/or wanted from it. Will the website grow much over time? Best then to have dedicated pages for everything. For a small website sometimes a onepager will be a good fit. Show or hide sections, or just use anchor-links. There is also this thing called AJAX which allows for complete html files to be parsed in, maybe an option one can explore.

    Also, what are all the og meta tags?

    What do you mean by this?


    The following is taken from the ‘View source of this website’

    meta property=”og:locale” content=”en_US” /
    meta property=”og:type” content=”article” / Thread | CSS-Tricks” /
    meta property=”og:url” content=”” /

    Also, do we have to really worry about that part that accounts for every different type of browser?

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