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#1395976 by Mark from Utah
Wed Apr 11, 2018 7:47 pm

I am getting the above message from AnalyzeIt! ("Your H1 Headline Block is below one or more Text Blocks") but I cannot figure how out to fix it. This is for a site I'm building for fun and to promote a new rock band I really like: [Domain Private]

When I look at the HTML I cannot see where there is a text block:

Code: Select all</head>
<body class="responsive">
    <div id="PageWrapper" class="modern">
      <div id="HeaderWrapper">
        <div id="Header">
          <div class="Liner">
            <div class="WebsiteName">
              <a href="/">[Domain Private]</a>
            </div><div class="Tagline">News & information for Greta Van Fleet fans! (unofficial site)</div>
<h1 style="text-align: center">Welcome to [Domain Private] - Supporting & Promoting one of the best hard rock bands ever! - Greta Van Fleet</h1>

Do y'all have any insights or suggestions?


#1395979 by Bill from Talos IV
Wed Apr 11, 2018 8:01 pm

I'm pretty sure it's this part:

Code: Select all</div><div class="Tagline">News & information for Greta Van Fleet fans! (unofficial site)</div>

Try removing it temporarily and see if the warning goes away. If it does, just put it back in place and don't worry about. You can disregard it. Or, you could place that line of text in your header image. Not sure how to do it, but I know it can be done.

Have a good one,
#1396108 by Laura from Golden
Sat Apr 14, 2018 1:00 pm
Hi Mark,

Your h1 headline is in the Header area of the page. Analyze It! analyzes the Content Column (minus Sitewide Dots and Reusable Blocks). So this is confusing Analyze It!.

If you did this on purpose, then ignore Analyze It! as your h1 headline is actually first on the "page". Or, you can drag the h1 headline into the Content Column.

Best regards,
SiteSell Support Team
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