For my new website I want to make (at least for the homepage) a different layout for desktop and for mobile. Probably by making 2 different sliders with Layerslider and have one come up with screenwidths wider than 990 px for desktop and another slider if the screensize is smaller than 990 px. I think I can handle that, but my question is:
Do I have to add H1 to H6 tags for both versions, mobile and desktop, or will it be better to just use the H-tags on the desktop-version for example. Google doesn’t like double H-tags, so that’s why I ask.
If you have other suggestions regarding my layout-split (maybe a more efficient method), I’d like to see that as well. I’m not a pro webdesigner.
You should only use your H tags (headings) on the desktop site, as Google will see both versions of the page.
You are on the right track though, as many have found that a layerslider built for a desktop is small and hard to view on mobile. Might I suggest making you break point 767px, under for mobile and over for tablets and above. This is just a general rule of thumb, 990px would be fine too.
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