Paul, stop "rockin the boat"... :lol:
Here are my thoughts on your latest comments...
I spent an enormous amount of time designing my website (i.e. Data Model, Pretty URL's, etc.) around a handful of "Sections" (e.g. Finance, Legal, Management, etc.) and so those need to remain consistent through my website and code.
As such, I would respectfully have to disagree with this comment...
There doesn't seem to be a need to call the h2 "Finance" as "Learn how to manage your Business's Money" says it all.
At the same time, I can now see that spelling out what a given Section landing page is about, can't hurt. (While things may seem "obvious" to me, that may not be the case for new visitors to my website, or to search engines.)
So, to re-ask a question that wasn't as clear as it could have been...
Let's say that I have the following "Sections": Finance, Legal, and Management.
Each one would be represented as such in the URL (e.g. www.debbie.com/finance/ )
And each one would have its own "Section landing page" like my screen-shot above.
So, sticking with my requirements above, but also trying to incorporate your suggestions, here are some ideas...
From an HTML SEMANTIC standpoint, I could maybe do this:
Semantic Options #1:
<h2>Finance: All about managing your Business's Money</h2>
<h2>Legal: Protecting Yourself and Your Business</h2>
<h2>Management: Balancing the Competing Demands of a Business</h2>
Semantic Options #2:
<h2>Finance</h2><some tag>: All about managing your Business's Money</some tag>
<h2>Legal</h2><some tag>: Protecting Yourself and Your Business</some tag>
<h2>Management</h2><some tag>: Balancing the Competing Demands of a Business</some tag>
Semantic Options #3:
And from a VISUAL standpoint, here are some options:
Visual Options #1:
[b]Finance: All about managing your Business's Money[/b]
[b]Legal: Protecting Yourself and Your Business[/b]
[b]Management: Balancing the Competing Demands of a Business[/b]
Visual Options #2:
[b]Finance:[/b] All about managing your Business's Money
[b]Legal:[/b] Protecting Yourself and Your Business
[b]Management:[/b] Balancing the Competing Demands of a Business
Visual Options #3:
As far as Breadcrumbs go, I guess it depends on how you answer the above proposals?!
So hopefully you can guide me to finding a win-win solution!
Well, this much I know...
There is no way I screw things up like the NY Times, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, and most every other major online newspaper does... (How can you have a web page with no <h1> tag??) :rolleyes: