Heading tags were initially meant to help delineate passages stylistically. There’s also a nice bonus to them: search engines can use them to understand what you feel is important about your site. Where an h1 tag is the subject of your page, using h2 tags enables you to specify subsections. This aids in readability. H2 tags are usually styled as larger than the regular textual information on a page, but smaller than h1 tags.
If it cannot find any H1 on a page it picks the first H2 and turns it into an H1 and therefore improves your SEO.
Below you will find out plugin searches for existing heading tags within the selected content area and handles them according to your specifications.
- If you are not sure which context a page has, let the plugin show it to you. That makes managing the blacklist much more easy.
- If you have more than one H1 heading on a page, it warns you by writing the headings in huge red letters.
- automatic updates on new releases
Gves you more control over the heading tags (h1-h6) in your website.