Are SiteBuilder Plus websites CSS compliant?

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I am doing some SEO and want to submit my Homestead SiteBuilder Plus website to CSS galaries. Are SiteBuilder Plus websites CSS compliant?
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Hey Robert Meagher


For our Sitebuilder Plus sites, we do use CSS and you can add it via header code, but because of the element system some of that may not be interpreted by the system you are testing it in. We can't say what would constitute compliance.
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Thank you for your response, Elyzabeth. So, to confirm...SiteBuilder Plus does use CSS. In your experience, will CSS gallery submissions work (or be accepted)? I realize there are many elements and factors involved in CSS gallaries accepting submissions. However, in general and in your experience, when a SiteBuilder Plus website is submitted to a CSS gallery, is the submission accepted?
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Sitebuilder does use CSS, but I cannot answer "in my experience" because you are actually the first person to ask this question, not just for me, but my advanced support. I do not have any information or history to pull from regarding CSS galleries. Even a Google search didn't provide much information. What is the purpose of submitting your site in this gallery? What is the result you are trying to achieve?
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Hello Elyzabeth. As I said in my initial post, I am doing SEO. The purpose of submitting a website to CSS galleries, for SEO, is to raise your Google rankings.

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