My site homepage is a static Wordpress page that uses the "no sidebar" page template. You said to add H1 tags myself to "no sidebar" pages...but how do I add it myself?
Should I just go into the page and type < h1 >Whatever Title< /h1 > (obviously without the spaces)? If I do that, yes, I do get the correct H1 tag...but then it messes up the layout/design/look of my site homepage completely...
Is there a way to have my sitename (which is the keyword I want in the H1 tag for my site homepage) be automatically put into H1 tags for my site homepage? I tried going into the theme settings and did not check the box for "Show the sitename." I had hoped that this would make the sitename be "invisible" to people viewing my site, but have my sitename still show up in H1 tags in the code. However, it seems like the H1 tags do not even exist at all right now for my site homepage when I do not check the "Show the sitename" box.
Even if I DO check the "Show the sitename" box in Theme Settings...then my sitename appears at the top of my site, but there are STILL no H1 tags in the source code for my site homepage. So...not sure how to fix this?
Also, you said that the blog frontpage uses the sitename/title for H1 and post titles for H2...but when I go to my blog frontpage which uses the "Blog Posts" page template (my blog frontpage is different than my site homepage by the way) I see that there are no H1 tags at all. I have the "Show the sitename" option un-checked (so it's disabled) in Theme Settings, if that makes a difference.
How can I make the blog frontpage use my sitename as H1?
When I go into the individual post pages, I see that the H1 tags are my post title...but the H2 tags are for my sidebar headings...my sitename does not exist anywhere in any header tags (not H1 nor H2). How can I make my sitename show up as H2 for individual post pages?
Also, I cannot find the "use the name as heading in pages" setting for the default template?