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<h1> states it's the main heading. That's enough information for Google. If you care about SEO, you should probably have the <title> tag in your <head> section match as closely as possible your H1. How you style it is not an issue - provided you don't do dubious things like hiding the tag using CSS (display: none), or place other DOM ...


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If you end up splitting up the breadcrumb from the H1 tag like closetnoc suggested in the comments (which is a good idea I think), I think you're still left with the problem where you stated, "My site looks good. But putting a big heading at the top doesn't look as nice." In that case, I would still use the H1 tag (as you realize is very important) and ...



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