What is the best rule for Header tags?

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What is the best rule for Header tags?
« on: 09-01-2016, 23:21:17 »
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I am aware that every page should contain only one relevant H1 tag. H2 tags are (Tier 1) sub-headings & h3 tags are (Tier 2) subheadings.

I am creating a lengthy article, Which I plan to put up in the way mentioned below. The Question is "Am i violating the rule that H2 should not come after an H3"

h1
 
  h2 (1st sub-section)
    h3
    h3
    h3
  h2 (2nd sub-section)
     h3
     h3
     h3


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Re: What is the best rule for Header tags?
« Reply #1 on: 09-10-2016, 01:02:09 »
One H1 Element (or tag, as many call it)
As many as required H2 elements to denote sections on the page (you should only need one or two or 3 if you are keeping your page concise.
Consider using H3 Elements for useful link groups to other relevant sources but recent advice (2013) would be to try and keep headings for TEXT content and not to group template navigation, for instance.
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Re: What is the best rule for Header tags?
« Reply #2 on: 09-12-2016, 05:18:54 »
The header tag, more properly known as the heading elements, are a series of html elements that denote the importance of the content between them.  For years, the only heading tags relevant to SEO have been H1 and, to a lesser extent, H2.  There are a few rules and a few best practices, both for using the tags in general and for using them for SEO.

All About the Headers
There are six header tags, ranging from H1 to H6.  Each denotes decreasing importance.  H1 is the most important, and should only be used once per page, typically for the title/headline of the post.  Each successive heading element should be used as a subcategory of the one above.  Essentially, it will look like this:

• H1: Headline of the Blog Post Here
• Text enclosed in the <p> tag for paragraphs
• H2: Subheading for First Major Section
• Text enclosed in the <p> tag for paragraphs
• H3: Sub-subheading for the First Major Section, If applicable
• Text enclosed in the <p> tag for paragraphs
• H2: Subheading for Second Major Section

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Re: What is the best rule for Header tags?
« Reply #3 on: 09-15-2016, 07:00:50 »
Thanks Rita Jaiswal for providing useful info about Header tags !-!

 

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