My 2 pence ...

<title>Page title - Site title</title>
<div id="brand">
    <p><img alt="Site title" ... /></p>
</div>
<div id="content">
    <h1>Page Title</h1>
    ...
</div>
<div id="search">
    <h1>Search</h1>
    <form ...
</div>
<div id="nav">
    <h1>Navigation</h1>
    <ul ...
</div>


2008/6/3 Rick Lecoat <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> On 3 Jun 2008, at 07:04, Matijs wrote:
>
>> How about:
>>
>> <title>The Times</title>
>>
>> <h1>Homepage</h1>
>>
>> <h2>There's water on mars</h2>
>>
>> ----
>>
>> <title>The Times</title>
>>
>> <h1>Financial stuff</h1>
>>
>> <h2>Redmond stock going down further</h2>
>>
>> etc...
>>
>> Where would one fit in a company logo? Wouldn't a background image be
>> best? And if so, where?
>
> My understanding of the <title> tag is that it is the title of the page, not
> the name of the site, and ideally every page should have a different title
> (at least from an SEO point of view) appropriate to its content -- so the
> above examples are not ideal IMHO.
>
> Re. logos as background images, that leaves anyone viewing the page without
> styles turned on out in the cold as far as seeing the company logo is
> concerned. Dan Cederholm uses a method whereby the logo is both a background
> image *and* a regular img tag, depending on whether you have styles on or
> off. That's my preferred technique.
>
> I just put the logo image in a <div id="logo"> and keep the H1 for the
> page's own title.
>
> --
> Rick Lecoat
>
>
>
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