Headings on websites communicate the topic of the current page or section to visitors. Search engines also detect these headings via the H1, H2, H3, H4, H5 and H6 tags. For search engines, the h1 tag is the highest and therefore most important level. This h1 heading should contain a meaningful designation about the topic of the current page and be placed directly at the beginning of the page. H2 headings are well suited for larger text sections where a point is covered in more detail. H3 headings are suitable for smaller sections of text. It is advisable to stick to this style and not skip a tag in the hierarchy of headings. Since headings can be styled nowadays, it is no problem to make an h3 heading look like an h1 heading. In this post, there are very differently styled headings that look like h1 headings. The search engines will only find one heading with an h1 tag in the page source code, or more precisely, in the HTML code of the page.