How to Display RichText "SEO Friendly"?

Hello everyone!

I’ve been using Bubble for a few weeks to create my website fast-forma.com.

I created a blog and display the content of my articles on individual article pages, like this one: Formation IRVE : Niveau et Qualification | Fast Forma

The content of my articles is from a RichText Input (I created an admin interface to add articles directly on my website).

However, when I display my content, the structure of my article is not SEO-friendly. The HTML tags (H2, H3, etc.) are not being applied, which is causing some issues.

I was wondering if anyone has solutions for this problem.

I found a way to do it by “cutting” my articles into sections, but it’s quite complex for me.

Thank you!

Maybe a way to side-step this problem would be to look at JSON-LD to help your content get indexed. And look for posts by @boston85719 - many gold nuggets in his posts regard SEO.

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This is the only way that I know works. Rich Text Editors do not enable display of HTML code via a text element used to display the content on the page.

Ok, I was hoping for a miracle, but I understand haha.

Thank you for both of your answers.

I appreciate the suggestion about using JSON-LD to help with content indexing. I’ll definitely look into it as a possible solution.

It’s good to know that cutting the articles into sections is a method that works, even if it’s a bit complex. I really hope the Bubble team will add a feature soon to display RichText with HTML tags in a more user-friendly way.

Thanks again for your help!

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