question comes from Germany. Markus asks, my site’s
template has multiple H1s. Is this a problem? An H1 element is commonly used
to mark up a heading on a page. There’s something to be said
for having a single, clear topic of a page, right? So how critical is it to have
just one of these on a page? The answer is short and easy. It’s not a problem. With HTML5, it’s common to
have separate H1 elements for different parts of a page. If you use an HTML5
template, there’s a chance your pages will
correctly use multiple H1 headings automatically. That said, regardless of
whether you use HTML5 or not, having multiple H1
elements on a page is fine. Semantically marking
up your page’s content to let search engines
know how it fits together is always a good idea. If you end up using
multiple headings on a page, that’s fine. You can join the discussion
in the Webmaster forum, plus check out the
links below to get even more helpful information.