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  • nice, its has valid xhtml on the frontpage but not on others page.

    So others than using third party plugins, what makes “Elements of SEO” a SEO theme?

    Hello! I know this is an older topic, but I could use a little help with your theme (which is really nice by the way). I’m using this version from

    1. on the home page, sidebar widgets are all bold (the other pages are fine)
    2. last few posts are bold (although html seems fine)
    3. RSS comments and entries – you can subscribe and receive past entries/comments, but if a new entry/comment is submitted and you have subscribed to the feed, you will not receive the new entry/comment.

    I am listing all issues as perhaps they are related. I validated the blog and there are a few issues, but I’m not an expert and only know basic html. I would appreciate any help.

    Not sure if this is important, but these are the plugins I’m using with your theme:

    Add to Any: Share/Save/Bookmark Button .9.8.8
    All in One SEO Pack
    Event Calendar Widget 3.1.4
    Pagini Multiple 0.2
    Register Plus 3.5.1
    RSSupplement 1.2
    Sidebar Login 2.1.7
    WP-Cumulus 1.18

    Nice template, easy to work with if You want to customize it to Your own liking.I am new to WordPress and this template gave me good starting point in developing my site about the latest <a
    href=””>cool gadgets.
    As far as for SEO part of the name, in my opinion there is nothing SEO about this template beside the fact that originally comes with content displayed first and then sidebars what supposedly should help robots find real content first.Well that is it.

    I like the clean layout and look of the template, have to agree I cant see anything specific about SEO unless the code is enhanced, view source looks good,

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