I’m going to give you an honest opinion. Headers are for those who are building websites for the first time and have no real knowledge of HTML. Headers are used to build the page in the header, and the rest of the page in the body. H1 and H2 are the default headings for HTML, but if you are coming from someone who already built websites, they might be a little more familiar with H1 and H2 as well.
Well, if you’re coming from a website builder like Squarespace or Wix, then you might want to head H1 first. For the rest of the pages, it depends on where your template page came from, or where you are in the process of transitioning from a non-template page to a template page.
Since I built a website from the ground up, I do the default H1 first. I think the default H1 is fine, but it is the default and you can change it yourself. This is not the only issue with the default H1 though. It is also the default for the entire HTML page. In order to keep the page in the “flat” HTML, the default H1 is set to 100%, which means the rest of the page is also set to 100%.
A good web design should be able to convey any information, and if you are using the default H1, your page should not be able to convey only that information. The majority of people who visit your website will not read the entire page, but instead only the H1, so it is important that your page convey the information you want to convey.
We tend to use the default H1 for our websites. The reason for this is because this is the default heading for all websites. It is also the header for blog posts and other content. In order to keep this from being the default, we need to set it to 100. Also, we try to keep the default H1 as minimal and simple as possible.
The problem is the H1 with a heading is so long that it can’t really serve its purpose. Ideally, you would want the H1 to be only a few words. And what you want to do is to add a few short paragraphs to the H1, so you can break this long H1 into several smaller H1s.
If you are heading a text only section, then the best way to do this is to use a paragraph. The problem is that this isn’t really HTML. What we need to do is to add a few elements and then give them a heading. So what we want to do is to add some divs to the H1. Then we want to give them an h1 tag, and then we want to set the text of this heading to be an H1.
Let’s take the example that you are probably already familiar with. The H1 of a long article is usually used to put a header, or a header-like element, in the right part of an article. This is the part that you want to break up into multiple H1s. The thing is that some paragraphs in an H1 are only going to have text, which you can put elsewhere as an H3.
There is a rule that says that header tags should not contain text. Since H1’s contain text, there’s no reason to add it to the H1. So if you’re going to use an H1, don’t use it to put text that’s going to be on multiple H1s.
Headers aren’t just for putting stuff in the header, they can also be used to break up text into multiple paragraphs. In fact, headings are even used in headlines, so they are probably why you see a lot of headlines containing an H1.