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Pro Members only. Login to see the content.June 11, 2014 at 11:01 am in reply to: WordPress SEO by Yoast Meta Description, Google not Picking it. #2417
Everything is working fine at the moment. Thank you for your prompt responses.June 11, 2014 at 12:57 am in reply to: WordPress SEO by Yoast Meta Description, Google not Picking it. #2412
I have a similar issue, the SEO analyzer reports: “The description is missing in the head section of the page.” I too am using Yoast SEO plugin and the page is optimized.
Bingo! The h1 tag issue has now been solved, thank you! The only little glitch is the extra space between the title and the tagline. When I remove the <br …/> code, as you suggested, the tagline moves up to the same line as the title. I want it below the title.
P.S. I now have another issue with the meta description, but will create a new post for it.
Cleared the cache, double checked the header.php file after edit/save, still no joy.
The tag is visible in the header.php file, but missing in the rendered html page.
Also there were no <br …/> codes in the page.
Hi, unfortunately this did not work. The html file is still missing the H1 tag.
Any other ideas?
Thanks for the quick reply. I have Yoast SEO activated and thought it was optimized. The Bing SEO analuzer reviews the rendered html code and the title is clearly not tagged with H1. Here is the screenshot from the report, with the title highlighted.
Thanks for the reply. You can close this thread, I resolved the problem. I had text in the excerpt area of the post. Once I deleted that text, the theme’s automatic excerpt generator took over and the <–read more–> tag was added. Sometimes the most obvious solution is the hardest to find!