Well - do we basically talk about your page? I remember there is NO content in. So it’s hard to tell something.
A H1-Tag is nothing else than a Headline First Degree. This could be something like:
Web and Print in East-Side.
Add this to your page, select the line, head-over in inspector and the “T” tab. Now choose the bottom text and hit plus. A drop down appears - there seek for the h1 and apply it - done.
Choose the above, and make it as Page-Title as well.
Right below, you write something like:
We are a small agency in East-Side. Our core work is doing design for print media like business cards and even more we transfer your ideas to the web.
Once done - you can (theoretically) mind about the description TAG. While it is limited to 156 characters (I believe) you could rather put the same - or a shortened version as description.
If you want keywords, they have to match the description. Even those are limited (have a google), but you could pick out:
East-Side, agency, web, print, digital, media
If now a bot arrives, she will compare:
- Does title and H1 match? Yes
- Does description and first leading paragraph match? Yes
- Are the given keywords part of the page content? Yes
This is a rough and basic way which doesn’t screw up anything and helps people who are living in East-Side (and surrounding) getting search results if they google:
Webdesign agency in East-Side
Oh - you ask how to style the H1? Preferably using the edit → styles dialogue. There you find all your styles.
Some additional infos:
http://www.kimmich-digitalmedia.com/videos/008_thecodingepisodes_part1_the-intro (and the followings)
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