Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » H1 and images

  • Resolved mikesantamar


    I’m using WordPress version 5.2, and Yoast Seo plugin version 13.4.1
    So, the plugin tells me for all pages:

    Single title: H1s should only be used as your main title. Find all H1s in your text that aren’t your main title and change them to a lower heading level!

    That’s not true. I only have one H1 phrase.

    Also, my pages have all pictures and every pic has an alt attribute. So it tells me:

    Image alt attributes: No images appear on this page. Add some!

    I can’t understand what is happening.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Support Jeroen Rotty


    Hi @mikesantamar,

    Thank you for reaching out.

    First of all, we recommend running the latest versions of plugins, themes, and WordPress core for security, performance, and stability reasons. If you install any open update on your site, does the issue persists?

    Additionally, can you confirm you are using a third party builder? We ask since Yoast is only able to scan the default editor in WordPress by default. If you add images using a page builder, we depend on their integration with us. They can integrate with us so the content you build using their page builder gets analyzed too. More information here:

    Hope this helps.

    Hi Jeroen
    Thanks for your answer.
    I am using WPBakery Visual Composer.

    But the issue regarding the H1 tag is not a matter of WPBakery. Yoast SEO complained that I did not have H2 H3 … tags. I put them and the complained stopped. So, Yoast SEO can read the H2 H3 … tags I use in WPBakery. I don’t understand why it tells me I have two H1 on the page, when it is not true.

    Regarding the pics I did not find any clue on the URL you mentioned in your message.
    Well, I don’t care very much, I know what I have in the Alt attributes.

    Thanks again

    Plugin Support Carl B


    @mikesantamar The SEO and readability analysis features can sometimes not work correctly if you are using some kind of visual page builder, as they can cause the page’s content to not be accessible to the plugin due to it being created outside the functions of the standard WordPress page editor.

    However, this doesn’t mean that Google and other search engines won’t be able to see the content. So if you have confirmed that the SEO analysis is not correct, you can safely ignore this warning.

    Plugin Support Jerlyn


    Hi @mikesantamar ,

    We’re closing this thread because we haven’t heard back from you in a while. Should you have further questions, please open a new thread.

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