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What's the best way to use heading tags and show them on Google search engine?


helloworld001

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For a long time, I think I have been using heading tags wrong on websites. 

 

They always show like this on Google.

Websitename
websitename.com/category?name=mystery
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As you can see, Google takes all the heading tags on my page and puts them in the description of the search result.  So I have finally come to the conclusion that I should not be using heading tags for those things.  Am I correct on that?

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For me that type of information shouldn't be in a heading tag. Perhaps the following quote from the Mozilla Developer Network documentation (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/Heading_Elements) will help:

 

A heading element briefly describes the topic of the section it introduces.

 

 

Assuming that you have a blog, the <h1> tag should probably be applied to the blog title. And <h2> tags would be applied to any headings that may be in the blog post...assuming the post is broken into sections.

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For me that type of information shouldn't be in a heading tag. Perhaps the following quote from the Mozilla Developer Network documentation (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/Heading_Elements) will help:

 

 

 

Assuming that you have a blog, the <h1> tag should probably be applied to the blog title. And <h2> tags would be applied to any headings that may be in the blog post...assuming the post is broken into sections.

 

 

Yes I am going to do that from now on.

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