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H1 appear in body text and as bold too?
H1 information and fixing

 10:04 pm on Jun 1, 2013 (gmt 0)

here I am with question no 2
I am getting addicted to u guys!

so the text in my logo in my header is supposed to be h1
I am trying to optimize my site

so this keyword is supposed to be used in h1 but not in body text , first sentence or in bold

i do not have it in body text, first sentence or bold but only in h1 logo text and the seo software is still pulling it as under all three (bold, first sentence and body text)
is there a rule I should know?
or a tip?




 2:19 am on Jun 2, 2013 (gmt 0)

You don't say what SEO software you're using or ::cough-cough:: how much you paid for it. Well, you're probably not allowed to. But when I saw the topic header the first thing that came to mind is that all headings-- not only h1-- default to bold unless you've told the browser otherwise. (They are also left-aligned and in ridiculous sizes, but never mind that.)

Other than that, it may not be an html question at all.


 8:53 am on Jun 2, 2013 (gmt 0)

EDITED: I am being a BUG! :/

[edited by: mgdezigns at 9:43 am (utc) on Jun 2, 2013]


 9:19 am on Jun 2, 2013 (gmt 0)

sorry if I am being a bug

And that's not something you hear everyday from someone self-identified as "Maria" :)

:: detour for futile speculations about word censor's weird notions of what is and is not acceptable language ::

how can you tell the browser otherwise?

That's what stylesheets are all about :) The CSS forum is right next door.

[edited by: tedster at 3:32 am (utc) on Jun 3, 2013]
[edit reason] fix quote [/edit]


 9:43 am on Jun 2, 2013 (gmt 0)

ah ok I am so sorry! is "bug" the right word!

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