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  • #1483

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    Hi
    When webmaster tools is analyzing my webpage, the program lets me know that there are several h1 tags in the text, and that i should remove these tags from the source code so that there is only one h1 tag.
    I have tried to do so in removing these H1 tags, and then updating the page, but the program seem to be adding the h1 tags back again, thereby not gaining any approval from webmaster SEO analysis tools.

    How can i rectify this situation?

    Thanks

    #1485

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    In the theme itself, we’ve carefully considered headers and hierarchy to make sure it’s done just right and SEO-friendly.

    Not seeing any specific h1 tag problems looking at your site, is there a specific page?

    One page however (msinterimDOTse/impressum), we see an issue with multiple h3 tags, but no h1 tag or h2 tags before it that you’ll want to correct.

    #1486

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    Hello
    I am using the Bing webmaster tools SEO analyzer. The analyzer signasl that the Welcome heading has multiple (2) h1 tags, which i cannot remove. I checked the impressum page. Actually, SEO analyzer tells me i have 3 h1 tags and one robot meta tag on this page. Is there a way how i can solve the tag issue?

    Thanks

    #1487

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    Hello
    BTW this the source code that bing webmaster tools is objecting to. Several h1 tags, were i don’t know how to remove them, since the programme automatically puts it there.

    <header class=”header”>
    <h1 class=”entry-title”>Company Presentation</h1> </header>
    <section class=”entry-content”>
    <h1>Welcome to MSInterim – We can help you!</h1>

    #1488

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    The problem is that the page already (and appropriately) inserts the h1 heading based on the page/post title, but then you’re manually inserting an additional heading:

    <h1>Welcome to MSInterim – We can help you!</h1>

    Would you be doing this because you don’t actually want “Company Presentation” to appear on page, but only be the slug (yoursite.com/company-presentation) of the page?

    In that case, you can make “Welcome to MSInterim – We can help you!” the actual title when editing the page, and just below you’ll notice that you can manually edit the URL slug.

    You’ll want to remove the following CSS:

    .entry-title {
      display: none;
    }
    #1489

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    Good job. Thanks. Problem solved. Gradually, its becoming an expert minimalistic website.
    This is also an idea i would like to send to you guys. The market does not have enough minimalistic templates, which can be style variants of the start up template for knowledge intensive companies who just according to a “google model” want to display information in a condensed but professional manner. In case you guys want to expand. with new ideas

    #1490

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    There’s something beautiful about keeping it simple, some shops offer hundreds of themes that are really just fluff, the same theme over and over with different names and varying styles.

    We are considering making StartupPro more of a framework and then selling child themes for it as quick-starts for different design/function directions, but we’ll see.

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