H1 in Subpages?

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H1 in Subpages?
« on: 04-09-2015, 10:26:40 »
Hallo,

I just registered here to ask a question I couldn't find an answer to on Google.

I am building a travel blog and struggle with the H1s.
To understand my question I will explain you my situation:

My url structure looks like this:
mydomain.com/travel-guides/country/city/city-subpages.

The country-level pages obviously have the country name wrapped in an H1 container and the city-level pages have the city name wrapped in an H1 Container.

But I struggle with the sub-pages of the cities.
City-subpages for example include To See, Beaches, Nightlife, Food.
The city-page-layout consists of 3 main containers, the City-Name-Container, the Cities-Subpage-Menu and the Content-Container. It looks like this:

______________________..............._________
|...............Split.................|.............| To See ...|
|_____________________|.............| Beaches .|
..................................................... | Nightlife..|
______________________............. | Food .....|
|..............Content..............|............ |_______|
|......................................|............................
|......................................|............................
|......................................|............................


I want the city-subpages to have the same layout, the City-Name-Container with "Split" and the City-Submenu will also be displayed on the city-subpages

The subpage tab which the visitor is currently on will simply be highlighted by another background color or whatsoever.

Now to the actual matter about the H1:
I could ofc simply wrap the current subpage menu name in an H1.
But then the H1 would for example only be "Beaches" while I actually would like the H1 to be Split Beaches. But I do not want to repeat in my City-Subpages-Menu each time "Split"-Beaches, "Split"-Food, "Split"-Nightlife, it would look stupid.

How could I deal with that? Could I just wrap the Topbar "Split" into an H1 and the current subpage-name as well into an H1, altough then I would have two H1s? Could I somehow connect both the H1s? Will this be a problem with Google, will they think its two seperate Topics?
Or should I simply put "Split" in an H1 and the subpage-name in an H2?
Then however I will have multiple subpages with the same H1 and also I am not sure, will it give enough significance to the H2 which should be the actuall title?


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Re: H1 in Subpages?
« Reply #1 on: 05-28-2015, 23:15:26 »
H1 tags can improve your search engine ranking. Headings are pieces of HTML code that allow you to make certain words stand out on a page. Through h1 tags search engines come to know about the site content details. H1 is the way to tell the search engine that what the page is about.

 

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