H1 Tags Vs Website Title

Posted on 2011-10-11
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Hi, I'm unsure if my H1 titles on my website will be affected by the website heading at the top of every page. The home pages keyword is the same as the website name so I'm especially concerned about that page. Will the search engine spiders get confused about which is the H1 title when the website title has a larger font size than the page title? If so is there a way around this?

The website is http://www.snowboarding-jackets.net if you want to have a look. The two titles are the white one at the top (website title) and the red one below it (page title).

Thanks in advance.
Question by:MaxP0wers
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Dave Baldwin earned 500 total points
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The spiders look at text and tags and know nothing about font sizes.  In addition, you have "Snowboarding Jackets" in your page at least 10 times so they will probably think your page is about "Snowboarding Jackets".

Your 'noscript' section is not valid code.  You might want to fix that.

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ID: 36953960
Thanks Dave, not sure why the noscript section was there. I definitely didn't add it there but it's fixed now anyway. Cheers for the help.

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