Guys and Gals,
Which you think is the bst for good search engine practices? Using a Heading 2 format within the capsule and ignoring the capsule subtitle - or sticking with the capsule title part and omitting a Heading 2 format?
My gut says Heading 2 looks better for Web Spiders - but I am old and my head plays tricks on my stomach..
Indeed. Dont worry about it too much. We are fallen angels.!
So which one do you think is best SunSeven?
Heading 2 or Capsule Subtitle?
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