Next, right click with your mouse to access the context menu, then select CSS styles, move CSS rules. This opens the move to external style sheet dialogue box. Here if you already have an existing style sheet that you'd like to add the selected CSS styles to you can click the style sheet option and browse for your CSS file. Otherwise, to move your selected CSS to a brand new style sheet you'll click the a new style sheet option and click OK.
This opens the save style sheet file as dialogue box, allowing you to give your new style sheet a name, and ensure that you're saving it to the desired directory like the root folder of your managed site or a sub folder called CSS. When naming your new CSS file think semantically and name your file something logical, such as styles.css or layoutcss. You can also name the CSS file after your customer, such as abcco.css.
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Q: In "Organic and ethical SEO coding," the author mentions Google+ Authorship. I heard Authorship results are no longer shown in Google search results. Why? Are there benefits to keeping the Google+ Authorship markup on my site?
A: As of September 2014, Google discontinued Google+ Authorship for SEO. The only reason to keep the code on your site would be for Author Rank purposes. See http://searchengineland.com/google-authorship-dead-author-rank-202254 for more information.