Proper usage of <title>, <header>, <h1> and <h2> in a HTML5 website?
During my extensive web searches I have found a quote which I find useful and suspect that future readers of this question will also.
<h1>for top-level heading
<h1>is the HTML element for the first-level heading of a document:
- If the document is basically stand-alone, for example Things to See and Do in Geneva, the top-level heading is probably the same as the title.
- If it is part of a collection, for example a section on Dogs in a collection of pages about pets, then the top level heading should assume a certain amount of context; just write
<h1>Dogs</h1>while the title should work in any context: Dogs - Your Guide to Pets.
Original Source: http://www.w3.org/QA/Tips/Use_h1_for_Title
The above quote seems to suggest that the document-level
<h1> element can assume that the context of the current page which is defined using the
<title> itself. So presumably if there were multiple pages with the exact same
<h1> then this would be okay...
<title>Getting Started | Guide | Uber Product - Company Name</title> <h1>Getting Started</h1> <title>Getting Started | Guide | Other Uber Product - Company Name</title> <h1>Getting Started</h1>
See Also: <title>: the most important element of a quality Web page
Before accepting an answer I would like to wait and see what others think.