I have had some good comments on my post regarding this strategy.
2) H1 Blog Title on All pages
Many themes might have this issue, the Blog title is tagged as a h1 tag on all pages of the site. This is a big mistake, Google place quite a bit of importance on the h1 tag to determine the relevancy of your site to any given topic. So, in an ideal world you will have:
– H1 tag as the name of your site on the homepage.
– On single post or pages, the Title of the page should be in h1.
– On category and Tag archive, The Category / Tag title should be in h1.
Via Search Engine Journal
The WordPress team has a Twenty Thirteen theme site up. Interestingly, the theme appears to segregate posts by background color, according to the date they are posted and the type of post (regular, aside, quote, etc.). Continue reading
I have not gotten a chance to follow the development of the Twenty Twelve theme, but now that it is released for self-hosted WordPress blogs (it has been available on WordPress.com for several weeks) it is high-time to catch-up on what will surely be the default theme that comes with the next release of WordPress, in December. Continue reading
WordPress 3.4 will be released in the next six weeks, or so, and I finally got a few minutes to install it on my local test machine and have a look. My local installation does not have any active plugins, so this is not a compatibility-check, but it does allow for a sneak-peek at the raw performance of the core, itself. Continue reading