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WordPress SEO Theme Talian 5 with AdSense/Clickbank Ads

Comment #59294 by WordPress SEO Themes on 22.06.12, 12:57

I’ll leave it online, others may find it helpful.

David

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Comment #59292 by Rachel on 22.06.12, 08:38

David,
Please delete this message after reading. [It's just to show another good way of doing it.]
I managed to include the logo Plus the blog name in a single header.
I have decided to remove the blog info, which is less important.

for the header.php
<div class="header_site_desc"><a href="https://localhost/wordpress/"><img alt="<?php bloginfo('name'); ?>" title:"Home" src="https://localhost/wordpress/images/logo2.png" /></a>
<?php if (is_page("archives") || is_year() || is_month() || is_day() || is_home() || is_404() || is_author()) { ?><h1><a href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></a></h1><?php } ?>
<?php if (is_category() || is_single() || is_page() || is_search()) { ?><span><a href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></a></span><?php } ?>
<?php if ( function_exists('is_tag')){ ?><?php if (is_tag()) { ?><span><a href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></a></span><?php } ?><?php } ?>
</div>

And for the css.style:

.header_site_desc {
float: left;
clear: left;
width: 435px;
height: 90px;
}

.header_site_desc a img {
border: none;
display: block;
margin-top: 10px;
margin-bottom: 3px;
padding-left: 0px;
}

.header_site_desc h1, .header_site_desc span {
margin-top: -8px;
padding: 0px;
float: left;
width: 400px;
font-size: 1.2em;
color:
white;
font-weight: bold;
}

.header_site_desc h1 a:link, .header_site_desc h1 a:visited, .header_site_desc span a:link, .header_site_desc span a:visited {

color: #FFFFFF;
text-decoration: none;
padding-left: 3px;
border-left-width: 2px;
border-left-style: solid;
border-left-color: #000000;
}
.header_site_desc h1 a:hover, .header_site_desc h1 a:active, .header_site_desc span a:hover, .header_site_desc span a:active {

color: #FFFFFF;
text-decoration: none;
padding-left: 3px;
border-left-width: 2px;
border-left-style: solid;
border-left-color: #9ACA3C;
}

Also played with the navigators ul margin to make it fit the header bottom.
Thanks for your time and technical support.

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Comment #59245 by Rachel on 21.06.12, 15:00

David,
You’ve improved my solution. But as you indicated, it has a SEO risk and that is why I was so hesitated and won’t go with this solution -- I am too cautious when it come to Search Engines.

As for the second option (Stallion widget) and the new Stallion (two types of header areas), these are brilliant options to choose for the logo :-)
You haven’t missed this important SEO part of the Stallion theme (what so many theme creators wouldn’t even notice).

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Comment #59242 by WordPress SEO Themes on 21.06.12, 11:34

To add to the above if you wanted to keep it simple you could strip out all the H1 code and add a replacement H1 as a widget.

In the Stallion SEO Theme there’s a lot more options and layouts than with Talian and some of them completely disable the header area so there’s no home page link within a H1 which meant there’s no H1 header on some layouts.

For users who wanted this layout I added a H1 Header Replacement widget that basically mimicked the H1 text link as just a H1 header (not a link) that holds the site title. Like the header.php code this loads a H1 header on the homepage, monthly archives and a span code for posts, pages, cats and tags.

This is the Stallion widget code, add it as is to the bottom of the functions.php file of Talian and you should get a new widget which can be added to a sidebar.

<?php
function st_h1re() { ?>
<?php if (is_page("archives") || is_year() || is_month() || is_day() || is_home() || is_404() || is_author()) { ?><h1 style="font-size: 1.1em; font-weight: normal;"><span class="gat_widget"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></span></h1><?php } ?>
<?php if (is_category() || is_single() || is_page() || is_search() || is_tag()) { ?><span class="gat_widget"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></span><?php } ?>
<?php if(st_tagline()=='1'){ ?><p><?php bloginfo('description'); ?></p>
<?php } ?>
<?php } wp_register_sidebar_widget(
'st_h1re',
'Stallion H1 Replacement',
'st_h1re',
array(
'description' => 'Stallion SEO Theme H1 Header Replacement for sites with Title Link OFF (Under Layout Options).'
)
);
?>

It includes the tagline as well, if you want the tagline elsewhere delete the relevant code. Reasonably sure the CSS will work with Talian.

If you use this widget you can do whatever you want with the header.php home page link, I would remove the H1 code (you don’t want two sets of H1s) and have it as a basic clickable image link with alt text as the title of the site.

What you are trying to achieve is kind of possible with Stallion with no code editing. There’s two types of header areas with Stallion and one of the includes a clickable image link which can have randomly rotating images or a fixed image example at Images and Pictures Photography Blog (refresh the page, new image loads). In Stallion the top header part (with the link back to home and tagline) can be disabled which would leave the clickable image at the top of the page, which is what you are trying to achieve. Example of end result with one clickable image and the H1 replacement header in place https://www.totallyduh.com/ (warning site filled with racists slagging one another off!). The widget with heading “Really Funny Stuff” is the H1 replacement widget and the text below it is the tagline.

My long term plan is to update Talian to use the Stallion code, just have to figure out how to do it without causing a major headache for myself on theme updates :-)

David

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Comment #59239 by WordPress SEO Themes on 21.06.12, 11:01

If you put your code between code tags CODE —- /CODE it should render it correctly without having to edit the code (can be a bit temperamental). I edited your code.

If you look at the Talian 5 code I used you’ll see a lot of if statements that I’m not clear if your code has removed them.

Original Talian 5 header code.

<?php if (is_page("archives") || is_year() || is_month() || is_day() || is_home() || is_404() || is_author()) { ?><h1><a href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></a></h1><?php } ?>
<?php if (is_category() || is_single() || is_page() || is_search()) { ?><span><a href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></a></span><?php } ?>
<?php if ( function_exists('is_tag')){ ?><?php if (is_tag()) { ?><span><a href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></a></span><?php } ?><?php } ?>

Try something like this

<?php if (is_page("archives") || is_year() || is_month() || is_day() || is_home() || is_404() || is_author()) { ?><h1><a href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>"><img alt="<?php bloginfo('name'); ?>" src="/images/logo.png" /></a></h1><?php } ?>
<?php if (is_category() || is_single() || is_page() || is_search()) { ?><span><a href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>"><img alt="<?php bloginfo('name'); ?>" src="/images/logo.png" /></a></span><?php } ?>
<?php if ( function_exists('is_tag')){ ?><?php if (is_tag()) { ?><span><a href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>"><img alt="<?php bloginfo('name'); ?>" src="/images/logo.png" /></a></span><?php } ?><?php } ?>

The above basically replaces the anchor text with an image.

You will also have to edit your CSS to take into account the above isn’t just a H1 tag, it’s span tags as well. The H1 code is used on the home page and monthly archives basically, the span code for posts,pages and categories and tags which have a H1 tag using the name of the post or cat/tag and we don’t want the site name asa H1 on those pages. Didn’t check your CSS in detail, but as is I think it would work on the home page and archives, but not posts and pages etc…

Possible SEO issue with this is it’s not clear how Google treats image links with keyword rich alt text surrounded by a H1 header in place of a text link with keyword rich anchor text surrounded by a H1 header.

Anchor text is visible, alt text is semi-hidden, if I had to hazard a guess I’d say it’s given less SEO value than anchor text and the H1 might even be ignored -- I don’t know which is why I stick with either body text or anchor text within the H1, you can be reasonably confident Google counts it as a H1.

David

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