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    Hi there,

    Im experiencing difficulty applying html to where i want it to be. For example i want to use <h1> tags as blue voda doesnt produce these to my knowledge. (please correct me if im wrong!). What i was trying to do is put <h1> tags to diplay headings to search engines which will hopfully help my search engine rankings. Any advice?

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    Default Re: html problems

    Use an html box for your <h1> and then move/resize the box to where you need the heading to be on your page.
    (html box icon is left/top menu bar)

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    David...What h1 tags?... and what do they do?...Do they appear on the page?
    Still learning .. Thanks Doug

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    Doug,

    H1 tag is computer speak for html(hyertensive markup language)
    and simply tells your computer/browser/website
    that <h1> is the main header </h1>
    h tags go from 1 - 6 and gradual get smaller and less important........

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    That's all computer talk to me... How to put them in?... Or do they go in first place on my metatags... Thanks Doug

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    Default Re: html question

    Doug-
    Here is an example of writing an h1 tag (comes from one of my pages:
    HTML Code:
    <center><h1> <font face="comic sans ms" size="4">Construction Kids 
    Bedding</font></h1></center> 
    You would place that in an html box - change the info - add more, etc - to what you need. Always size the html box to handle whatever you're putting in it.

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