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How to Add H1 Tag to Homepage

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Using DMS v.1.1.1 and I am looking to add an <h1> tag to my homepage to improve SEO. What is the best way to do this? 


Thanks for your help.



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You can add one by adding a TextBox, MediaBox or Widgetized Area and then add the <h1>My Sites Name</h1>

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