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Heading tags not showing in html

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  • Sandra Prunici

    Hi Jack,

     

    In the text element, you can change/set a different HTML tag for the text By default it is set with "p" Html tag. To fix this problem, you have to change it from here - https://jumpshare.com/v/X8gSLY9TBhSlQ3zSFhF0 from "p" to the "h2".

     

    Best regards,

    Sandra

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  • Jack Kleinfeld

    Thanks for the response!  

    I delighted to find that it can be fixed, and have confirmed that it works. 

    However, I strongly feel that the control for the tag should be in the same dialog box as the typography, the T box.  Generally when setting text to look like a heading, one expects it to be a heading.  Not having the control right there where the user calls the selected text a heading is an easy way to cause problems.  Moving the tag selector from the gear dialog to the T dialog would address that. 

    I'm not sure if this is the place for that reply.  If not, please let me know. 

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  • Sam Rae

    I agree with Jack. The HTML tag should change to H1 (for example) when you change the typography to H1. I had no idea my site was not outputting headings until an SEO plugin picked it up for me. 

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  • Ladan Ricketts

    Yes!! Please consider changing this. In fact, in addition to being moved to the "T" dialog, it would make sense for the HTML tag to automatically change based on what style is applied. This is a basic component of seo and should be addressed.

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  • Ilyas Badalyan

    Ran into this issue earlier on and glad to have found this post. Completely agree. This must be changed.

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  • Sandra Prunici

    Hi guys,

    Yes, I understand that this can create some inconveniences because the "HTML tag" option is placed in the "Settings" and you may not see it, but it was specially added for SEO purpose. This option allow you to set H1 or H2 styles for a text (as we know SEO restrict the number of appearances for H1 and H2), but in HTML code it will be interpreted as H6 or P (for example). We receive other positive feedback regarding this option and we think it is a good option.
    Thanks!

    Best regards,
    Sandra

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  • Jack Kleinfeld

    Sandra, 

    I understand the desirability to have something look like a heading without being tagged as a heading.  So I no longer am asking that you make it automatic.  However, to your last comment, SEO is perfectly happy with more than one H2 header on a page.  It is not happy with more than one H1. 

    Having the tag tool in the settings and not in the T box invites errors.  The web creator has to remember to go to settings to set the tag.  It is more common to want both the appearance of a given heading level AND the tag than to just want the appearance.  

    Brizy markets itself as easy.  Generally, it is.  However, making it easy to make mistakes should not be part of the deal! 

    I suggest that you could put the tag control in both places! 

    Thanks, 

    Jack

    Jack 

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  • Sandra Prunici

    Hi Jack,

    Yes, I agree with you regarding the H1 and H2, however, isn't recommended to use H2 tag without having a structure. Theoretically, H2 should be placed to introduce different sections and in such a way to create a structure of post/page. Yes, you aren't restricted how many H2 to use on the page, but you have to use them reasonably.

    I will send your request for moving the HTML tag of the text from Settings to Typography to our managers.

    Thanks!

    Best regards,
    Sandra

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