deeper - 10:51 pm on Jul 28, 2013 (gmt 0)
Hey Robert, you hit my needs exactly, thanks.
An unordered list may fit in some cases and I like them because they are great for the typical web reader. However usually the teaser is just a small paragraph with some sentences, following the heading.
Wether list or paragraph, is there a way to say clearly and explicitly "this is a teaser" and not a normal paragraph, may be with the help any new tag of HTML5? Or just indirectly with any semantic text tags which are well related to the heading? What about formatting with a CSS class for paragraphs, naming it "teaser" and making it "bold"?
Additionally and independant from the "teaser tagging matter" I'd like to use the Wikipedia table of content IN THE HEADER:
-using the headings there as unordered list
-using not too many headings, max. 6 h2, no h3
-headings with max. 7 words and a font size just slighly bigger than font size for paragraphs.
This way it should not overcharge the user who will see also
-a nice header image plus eye-catching logo,
-a header navigation
in the header.
I guess at the moment users are overcharged from the header and the amount of insufficient structured text when scrolling down. I fear many bounce back to the serps.