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Posted 10 June 2012 - 05:28 PM
I also tried using a text box on each page of my website with this code: <h1>SEDONA ARIZONA<h1/> and that's exactly how it appeared even though the check box for converting to html was indeed checked.
I hope this makes sense. I am obviously not a web designer but simply created a basic website using iWeb and then use iWeb SEO to help get it noticed by search engines. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Sheri.
Posted 19 June 2012 - 09:42 AM
<h1>SEDONA ARIZONA<h1/> is the correct way of adding a header tag. It sounds like you might not be publishing the site correctly with iWeb SEO Tool. After you click on the check box, try clicking on the Apply To Entire Site button. When publishing, make sure you publish the site to the correct directory path.
Here is how you check to see that you published the site correctly in iWeb SEO Tool;
How to make sure you published your site correctly from iWeb SEO Tool
If you haven't checked out SEIntelligence yet, I suggest doing so, as header tags automatically convert in SEIntelligence;
Posted 16 September 2012 - 10:07 AM
I am following the SEO Tutorials and have a problem with adding header tags. I believe I have added them correctly following the exact steps in the tutorial. I have then checked the box "Convert header tags..." in SEO tool and then "Apply to entire website" and finally published the website through SEO tool. The html tags are still visible on my website. This is the site if it helps: www.seradria.ro
What am I doing wrong?
Posted 16 September 2012 - 11:12 PM
The reason this is happening is because you are using a font which is not web-safe. Doing so, converts the text into an image. When the text is converted into an image, SEO Tool is not able to identify the header as an actual header, so no conversion can be made. You will need to ensure that the text you use is part of the Web-safe or Web category. In fact, I recommend using those fonts for any text on your website.
Posted 17 September 2012 - 12:36 PM
Thanks for that. I have replaced all fonts in Georgia, re-added new text boxes instead of the initial text of the theme and now everything works!
Posted 17 September 2012 - 11:09 PM
The header tags are very important for SEO, they help SE’s to determine and understand what a page is about, so it can give a certain importance to that page while a user searches for determinate keywords.
Posted 30 September 2012 - 12:27 PM
The <head> of an HTML doc contains the info which defines the document and is not seen in the browser. Its where the all important title tag and the meta description are entered.
Tags such as <h1>, <h2> etc denote headings in the HTML content and are not used in the <head> of the doc.
<header> is a new tag in HTML5 and defines a header in the content of the page.
Due to the confusion between "head" and "header" some refer to the "header" as the masthead. This is the section of the content which would normally contain the website branding info.
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