I do feel this is all rather subjective and depends on what you're
building, that is until you consider SEO; which I feel flies in the
face of Web Standards


2008/6/3 Stewart Griffiths <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> For the title you should really switch it around so that it is more specific
> to the page, and will be much better for SEO purposes.
>
> <title>Page title - Section Title - Site title</title>
>
> For the Logo & <h1> aspect, I would personally use the gilder/levin image
> replacement technique, using within this the "Page title - Section Title -
> Site title" combination within a <h1> tag.
>
> This way you get a fancy logo, plus the benefits of you keyword rich "Page
> title - Section Title - Site title" combination to help boost your on-site
> SEO.
>
> Stew
>
>
> 2008/6/3 Paul Collins <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>>
>> To throw another question in here, should the page title therefore be
>> different to the main heading of the page? I thought the content in
>> the page title should be as specific as possible for SEO, including
>> the heirarchy?
>>
>> So, for example
>>
>> <title>Site title - Section Title - Page title</title>
>>
>> And
>>
>> <h1>Page title, section title or Logo?</h1>
>>
>> Once you have it in the title tag, does it matter whether you have the
>> logo in a H1 or not? Should you have something different between the
>> title and main heading?
>>
>> Cheers
>>
>>
>> 2008/6/3 Darren West <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
>> > 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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