I have been looking all over for any examples of coordinate headings but I am not finding any so I am going to have to settle for the examples below from the article “Coordinate Headings: A Step-by-Step Guide To Writing Them”.
Coordinate Headings are what Google calls “word anchors” – the first thing a search engine looks at when you search for a keyword. They are used to create links to certain concepts on your page. In this article you will learn how to write a coordinate heading in your HTML.
The reason you’ll be asked for coordinate headings is because you’re not sure what to do with them. If you do decide to write them, you can use them as a guide in your head and then think about how you’ll look at them.
Coordinate Headings are the first things searched for when you type in a keyword. Google also suggests you use them as a guide in your head when you are writing your content. So to try and help you out, I’m going to show you how to write a coordinate heading in HTML.
It’s so easy to write each coordinate heading in a head and then use them as guide in your head. I didn’t know how to make the head, but that’s what it looks like. This is not a perfect example of an example. The reason why the head is used as a guide in your head is because the head doesn’t work as a guide in your head.
A head is a section of content. So I’m going to make a head for my coordinate headings. So my head is going to look like this.
A coordinate heading is a heading on a page that you can use to guide your head in the directions that your eyes would have pointed to. So if I said, “I am going to write a heading that says ‘X'”. If you look at my coordinate headings you would not know where “X” is and “X” is not. So Im going to write a heading that says “X” and it is called a coordinate heading.
When in the middle of a story, you may see a character who has an image on his head. A coordinate heading will show the character’s image on his head.
Coordinate headings are what we call in the game “images” of your character. So if I wanted to write a heading called “Him”. In this coordinate heading you have the image of the character that has the heading called “Him”.