is a website, believe that the webmaster understand the HTML label already, but there are some HTML tags directly affect your page and page weight, if you know all this again? The following Xiaobian to tell you in detail, SEO optimization analysis of what the HTML tag will affect the site.
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1, H tag
h tag is used to mark the page title, because the browser will give h tag the default CSS style, so in the H tag within the text by default font will increase, so when we write CSS will go to redefine the H tags.
h tag mainly refers to H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6 these 6 labels, why not say, "mainly refers to the" H label only these 6, you can also get a < h100.> tag, but not to the point of significance for SEO optimization.
<: h1.>: Tags: the most important thing! Improper use, optimization can not be, hurt yourself, must pay attention to each page can only have a H1 tag, remember! Remember!
H1 tags can be all used on the head of the website, used to highlight your website name, increase the weight of the home page. Can each page in different locations, to increase the weight of the inside pages, such as the www.711y.com H1 label to highlight the page name for the purpose of putting in different position of each page, you can view this station all pages of the source code for reference.
h2-h6 tags, with the increase in numbers, the importance of diminishing, basically H2, H3, H4 will bring some weight, and H5 and H6 has been reduced to the dispensable situation. So use the h2-h4 tag as much as possible, while H5 and H6 are used only to control an unimportant heading style. Although h2-h4 does not have strict requirements like H1, it should not be abused. In principle, the smaller the number, the less it needs to be used.
two, EM tags, strong tags,
< em.> the default attribute of the tag is < i.> the tag is italic; < strong.> tag and < b.> the label is bold. These two tags are mainly used in the article, and their style is the same as that of <, i.>, < and b.>, but it is completely different for spiders of search engines.
< em.> the label is equivalent to telling the visiting spider: "Hey, dude, watch out for here, here’s the point,"