A search engine finding a site with hidden elements in the CSS code can indicate the site is trying to get higher ranking.
The hidden elements can be keywords or other things to increase rankings
A search engine could penalize a site doing that.
The CSS selector found could be used to hide elements to gain higher search engine ranking.
It is recommended not to use this since it could lover your rankings if search engine find out you use it.
Suspicious: CSS rule for 'selector' hides elements! (check css_file)
[display:none - that's sometimes used legally in menus, etc]
Suspicious: inline CSS hides elements! Check for text in page: violating_rule!
[like display:none; in style attribute of the tag]
Suspicious: CSS rule for 'selector' has probably off-screen placing! (check css_file)
[like top:-1000; or text-indent:1000px; ]
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