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Onpage SEO

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by SupremeDev, Jun 18, 2012.

  1. SupremeDev

    SupremeDev Junior Member

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    I've had this problem floating in my mind lately. My site is basically HTML/CSS/Javascript thingy, it's not wordpress, so I'm not really experienced in css sites.
    Well how do you guys do onpage seo for sites that are built by css/whatever it's called?

    Oh yeah, since the penguin update, what keywords do you put in your onpage seos?
    So for example Title, H1,H2,H3, Description and etc. Do you put the same keyword/main keyword to each one or is it different in each?
     
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    CSS can play a significant role in letting SEs find the content and keywords quicker by positioning it high up in the code, but showing it wherever you want.

    If you want keywords in Headings, but you want them to look in a certain way, you can easily do that with CSS.

    Search Engines don't have to go through lots of code to find content as often CSS styled pages have a simpler and cleaner code.

    Those are examples of CSS for SEO, but it doen't play a deciding role, IMO.
     
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    The problem is, I don't have any knowledge in coding CSS sites as my site was coded by my webdesigner.
    Any tutorial sites on these?
     
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    Hey guys, I need to know something. What are the differences between meta name and meta property.
    So, for the descriptions, it states 2 <meta name="keywords" content="blabla"> and <meta property="og:description" content="blabla" />
    Do I need to worry or should I just worry about meta name for seo?
    If I do need these both for seo, should they have the same exact description or make it differ?