h1 tag

h1 tag
The HTML tag that indicates the most important level headline of a document. [w3.org]
Browser default values h1 tags to be the largest text in the viewing area, however, designers sometimes make text which is not tagged as the h1 to be larger, the only way to know if you have h1 tags properly written into your site is to check the code.
Since the h1 tag is supposed to be the most important headline in a document, it is generally held by SEO professionals that having this tag and treating it properly is important to search activities

For more information on the h1 tag, refer to this post in which Gahlord Dewald answers a question about what to do if you don’t have room for an h1 tag on your site.

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  • By h2 tag | Thoughtfaucet on April 21, 2010 at 12:00 pm

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