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December 2, 2004, 6:10 pm
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Will search engines penalize you if you use classes associated to h1-h6
heading tags ?
Of course, I will use only one h1 and a couple of h2,h3 per page but
since the site has several sections, I would like to use different
colors for their headings.
So I would like to redefine the h1-h6 tags in CSS in order to set font
family, size etc. and then specify colors in a class so to change the
color of the heading in the page.
I know I could set headings tags in different style sheets but I would
be more comfortable to keep all in the same .
Re: CSS class associated to H1
As always, think before you guesstimate se behaviour. Why would a search
engine penalize you for using a class with a h1? You can always style a h1,
without giving it a class.
That's normal use, so why should a se penalize? Look at your page as a
visitor. Does it do stupid tricks to mislead a visitor? No, than a SE can't
penalize you (they often can't if you do either :-D ).
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