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  1. vinsprinter
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi, I am using wordpress along with Woo Commerce Theme MyStyle. I just want to get a general consensus if I am setting out my blog posts properly from an SEO perspective.
    Look at my blog posts as they are now. Here is one to look at: http://www.kitchens4u.ie/beautiful-kitchens/ as you can see I have a <h1> heading at the top which is the heading you place in the post title box in the admin section. Than I start with my copy which is a bigger pixel/point size than the rest of the body copy that appears later on after <h2> and subsequent headings.

    My question is this should I be putting a <h1> heading directly before the initial body copy so that it looks like this. See this post.

    <li>http://www.kitchens4u.ie/heart-disease-facts/</li>
    As you will not when you go to read the post it looks like it has 2 <h1> headings. But what also happens is that the type in the body of the first paragraph conforms to the type size of the rest of the body copy.
    The reason I ask this question is that in Today's World of SEO Headings, and body copy are particularly in the layout of your posts for search engines.
    I would appreciate any experienced replies and help. Thaks

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  2. Andrew
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Your theme is using HTML5. If you are not familiar with HTML5 you can have a read here http://www.html5rocks.com/en/ .

    In HTML5 you can use multiple <h1> elements to address different sections of the webpage, http://tink.co.uk/2011/11/using-html5-headings/ .

    The reason I ask this question is that in Today's World of SEO Headings, and body copy are particularly in the layout of your posts for search engines.

    It is not yet confirmed by Google that using multiple "<h1>" elements is bad.

  3. Andrew
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Further support for your theme would be best asked to WooThemes.

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