Style Sheet (html-code)

The ecommercewiki uses a style-sheet to provide visitors a consistant lay-out.



Heading tags have some influence on pages when it comes to the readabilty of the page and the ranking in search-engines. By using headers the readers get a better understanding of the structure of your text.

Write naturally with keywords in headings if relevant. Avoid keyword stuffing and take note that ‘Each piece of duplication in your on-page header strategy is ***at best*** wasted opportunity.’ It only confuses your readers and searchbots.



Nest headings by their rank (or level). The most important heading has the rank 1 (<h1>), the least important heading rank 6 (<h6>). Headings with an equal or higher rank start a new section, headings with a lower rank start new subsections that are part of the higher ranked section.


1. This is a H1

The H1 is the HTML element for the first level heading of a web document. The H1 can be seen as the title of a book. A book can not have multiple titles.

2. This is a H2

Use the H2 for chapter titles. Your can have multiple chapter titles(H2). 

3. This is a H3

Use the H3 for sub-headers. 

4. This is a H4

Use the H4 for sub-sub-headers

5. This is a H5
6. This is a H6





A deeplink is displayed like this





Blok Paragraph


A blok paragraph is displayed like this. Paragraphs are usually represented in visual media as blocks of text that are separated from adjacent blocks by vertical blank space and/or first-line indentation


Blok Quote


A quote is displayed like this. Indicates that the enclosed text is an extended quotation. Usually, this is rendered visually by indentation 



Blok Div


A Div is displayed like this.



Blok Pre


A blok Pre is displayed like this. A Blok Pre is handy for emphasizing a short text.