WEB1006 - The <h1> tag contents are too long

Expression Studio 4.0

The <h1> tag should contain fewer than 150 characters.


This rule is disabled in the SEO Checker by default.


Every page should include a single <h1> tag. Words that appear near the beginning of the <h1> tag may be considered more relevant than words that appear later in the tag. Generally, the <h1> tag should not exceed 150 characters.


In sematic web design, headings provide important organizational and summary information. Each page should have a single <h1> tag that summarizes the contents of the page. If the page contains a significant amount of text, it should be organized with <h2> through <h6> subheadings that summarize and categorize the text that they precede. Search engines rely on correctly used headings to provide determine the organization and contents of a site.

For information about customizing the parameters for rules in the SEO Checker, see Customizing SEO rules Ff723964.xtlink_newWindow(en-us,Expression.40).png.


The following is an example of a correctly formatted <h1> tag.

<h1>About Proseware</h1>

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