Create perfect H1 heading for SEO and AccessibilityArticle contains
  1. The anatomy of the H1 heading
  2. Organize heading levels hierarchically in the same way that a book's index is organized
  3. Keep correct headings hierarchy importance to clearly highlight a page's structure and organization
  4. Include important keywords in your H1 heading
  5. Keep H1 heading unique across all pages
  6. The H1 heading should not be wrapped around the logo
  7. What should the length of an H1 element be?
  8. The H1 heading and page title
  9. Get more inspiration for the H1 description and page content outline
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Create perfect H1 heading for SEO and Accessibility

Headings communicate the organization of the page’s content. The h1 heading, which is usually the largest heading on a page, describes the main topic of the page and typically corresponds to the title of the page. It gives users an indication of what the page is about.

The h1 heading influences visitors’ decisions about whether or not to continue reading a page. It communicates the page’s relevance to search engines.

According to the WCAG headings rules, levels should be used hierarchically, with the main heading being the highest level (h1) and subheadings being subsequent lower levels (h2, h3, h4, etc.). This structure makes it easier for people with visual impairments, cognitive disabilities, and learning difficulties to easily understand the content of a web page.

In this article, we’ll go over all you need to know about the h1 heading and how to make the most of it from the perspective of the user, SEO, and accessibility!

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What is JSON LD? Frequently asked questions.Article contains
  1. What is LD JSON used for?
  2. Why should I use JSON-LD?
  3. Where to place in the code?
  4. Can I have many different structured data's on the page?
  5. Why does Google prefer JSON-LD than other structured data types?
  6. Is JSON-LD a W3C standard?
  7. How does JSON-LD affect SEO?
    1. JSON-LD, SEO and Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) example in Google
    2. JSON-LD, SEO and Contact example in Bing
  8. What are typical errors related to JSON-LD?
  9. Summary
  10. Fun fact about JSON-LD and the words used to find it
Improved lazy loading for image, video, and audioArticle contains
  1. Optimizing lazy loading for images, videos, and audio: Best practices and strategies
  2. The solution: Streamlining lazy loading for enhanced user experience
  3. Demo: Visual example of improved lazy loading in action
  4. Performance enhancement with lazy loading: Does it really work?
Google Rich Results and no items detectedArticle contains
  1. Why do I see No items detected message?
  2. How to fix it
    1. Test your structured data
    2. Keep JSON as a single string
    3. Use schema that is supported by Google
    4. Escape HTML in your JSON
    5. Schema and WordPress
    6. PHP language
  3. Final words
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Google Rich Results and no items detected

Structured data assists search engines in determining the type of content on a page. JSON-LD (<script type="application/ld+json">) is a structured data type recommended by Google. It offers a variety of schemas for various types of web pages, such as FAQs, Articles, Products, and so on. Including the appropriate schema markups can help Google better understand and rank the web page.

However, while working with schema on Google Rich Results, you may get a message: No items detected (known also as no rich results detected in this url). It could mean that the specific page being analyzed doesn’t have any structured data that qualifies for rich results. In other words, Google didn’t find any relevant information to display in an enhanced format.

What does that mean?

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SEO and traps with creating meta description in WordPressArticle contains
  1. How actually meta description is created in WordPress
  2. Traps
  3. What, if meta descriptions differ from each other
  4. Are there other ways to generate meta description?
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SEO and traps with creating meta description in WordPress

An HTML element that offers a brief overview of a web page is known as a meta description (example <meta name="description" content="Describe your page content here"/>). The meta description tag of a website is displayed as part of the search snippet on a search engine results page (SERP) and is intended to provide the user with a summary of the content on the page and how it relates to their search query.

Search results snippet example from Google

The click-through rate (CTR) can be influenced by the meta description. That is, they can impact whether a person visits your page. As a result, it is the critical on-page SEO factor.

In this article, we’ll cover the traps that are hidden while using WordPress and plugins that automate that process.

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  1. Good and bad alt text example
  2. The alt text and what to include - best practice
  3. Supplemental information
  4. Usage scenarios
  5. Example code
  6. Final words
4 simple things you should do in optimising website loading performanceArticle contains
  1. Delay loading scripts for improved performance
    1. Reduce HTTP connections and download cost
    2. Consider download and execution costs
    3. Multiple scripts in one line can still result in multiple HTTP requests
    4. Be cautious when utilizing User Traffic Analytics
  2. Concatenation for efficient script delivery
  3. Brotli compression for faster page loading
  4. Boost website performance with HTTP/2
  5. Latest update: Optimize the use of multiple SVGs

4 simple things you should do in optimising website loading performance

Everyone wants their site to be loaded fast. It’s not only good from the SEO perspective but also from the user experience perspective. However, achieving fast loading website it’s that easy quite often. Some use a one-click solution to magically resolve all loading performance issues. Use that with caution as those won’t resolve all issues you may have.

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