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  • Luxlife
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    Originally posted by JoeBTI View Post
    I highly doubt this styling rule affected the googlebot, page resources or your rankings.
    You may be correct, however, we were told to monitor what happens after it is removed to see if it affects the way images display. This seems to indicate the code is used for more than just style or could still be a source of code conflict.

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  • JoeBTI
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    I highly doubt this styling rule affected the googlebot, page resources or your rankings.

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  • Luxlife
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    It appears to be code related to the old image zoom feature deprecated years ago. While working with support on an issue, we accidentally discovered it in the admin, in the header section of the listing page. We wonder how and when it got there because until then, we had never been to that page in the admin until. However long it has been there, it may have appeared in the source code of every product page and appears to be one reason Googlebot could not load all the page resources; the code competes with the regular image zoom. Perhaps, it may have affected search engine page rankings. Does anyone know?

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  • kelly
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    The bit of code is not there!

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  • Luxlife
    started a topic Does your site use this script?

    Does your site use this script?

    We found the following in the admin under Content > Titles & Content > Listing Page, Header section:

    <style>
    td > .MagicZoomPlus > img, td > .MagicZoomPlus.magic-for-ie8 > img {
    max-width: 100%;
    }
    </style>

    Does this appear on you site?
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