Falsch

Es passiert immer wieder:
Hilfe, meine Seite hat eine falsche Überschriften-Struktur!
Was nun?

Wenn du diesen Text nicht gerade auf einem schmalen Smartphone liest, kannst du rechts neben dem Inhalt das anchorific-Menü sehen. Scrollst du nun nach unten, wirst du feststellen, dass das Menü nicht korrekt reagiert. Der Grund: Die falsche Überschriften-Struktur hier auf dieser Seite.

Aus historischen und technischen Gründen haben CMSimple-Seiten oft eine falsche Struktur. Im unteren Teil dieser Seite kannst du ein klassisches Beispiel sehen, so wie es mit CMSimple_XH ausgeliefert wird.

Don’t panic!
Korrigiere einfach die Reihenfolge. Das heißt: Auf <h1> folgt <h2> folgt <h3> und so weiter. Wobei zum Beispiel auf <h3> auch mehrere <h4> folgen könnten. Niemals aber mehrere <h1> auf einer Seite – da wird dir CMSimple_XH schon einen Strich durch die Rechnung machen.

Die Korrektur ist nicht nur notwendig, damit das anchorific-Menü sauber funktioniert, sondern auch aus SEO-Gründen.

 


 

[Hier beginnt der originale CMSimple_XH-Inhalt, so wie er ausgeliefert wird – mit einer falschen Überschriften-Struktur.]

Menu Levels & Headings

HMTL provides 6 headings, h1-h6, from big to small. CMSimple_XH uses the bigger headings for splitting the content into webpages. It is like a book, where a big heading starts a new chapter. The remaining smaller headings are used as headings within the web page, just as in a book, where smaller headings are used within a chapter. The book itself is the unit containing the complete text, corresponding in CMSimple_XH to the content file. A chapter in the book corresponds to a web page.

In Settings/CMS you can set the number of levels for your page menu navigation. Preset is 3, i.e. CMSimple_XH will use headings h1–h3 for splitting up the content file into web pages. Thus an h1, h2 or h3 heading will create a new web page in the table of contents. The remaining h4, h5 and h6 headings will not. They can be used as headings within a web page.

If you set 4 levels, h4 also will be used for new web pages. If you set only 2 levels, h3 and h4 can be used as headings within a web page. However in most cases 3 levels is a good compromise.

Preset is 3 menu levels, i.e. h1–h3 will create new web pages.
For headings within a web page use h4–h6.

Starting with CMSimple_XH 1.5 the plugin Pagemanager is included in the download. Pagemanager simplifies creating, renaming, moving and deleting of web pages.

Even complete folders with subfolders can be moved or deleted with Pagemanager.

Thus it should be no problem to get rid of the contents of this standard download. Alternatively you could start with the present page structure, rename pages and overwrite the contents.

Menu Level 2 – Page 1

An h2 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Menu Level 3 – Page 1

An h3 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Menu Level 3 – Page 2

An h3 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Menu Level 3 – Page 3

An h3 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Menu Level 2 – Page 2

An h2 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Menu Level 3 – Page 1

An h3 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Menu Level 3 – Page 2

An h3 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Menu Level 3 – Page 3

An h3 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Menu Level 2 – Page 3

An h2 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Menu Level 3 – Page 1

An h3 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Menu Level 3 – Page 2

An h3 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Menu Level 3 – Page 3

An h3 heading splits into a new page.

Heading h4

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h5

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.

Heading h6

Headings h4–h6 do not split the content into new pages, but serve as normal headings to structure your text semantically.