Sorry @ed727 I might not have been clear.
I have two elements on my page. One is this link:
It’s a pretty basic link that’s just sending data to a page that’s setup for dynamic content. The nice thing about using links is they result in an actual href/hyperlink being shown in the DOM (see below). This is good from an SEO perspective.
However, the downside of using links is that you cannot apply header tags (H1, H2, H3 etc.) to the link, which is unfortunate as would also be positive in terms of SEO
The second element I have is a repeating group with information on a specific datatype (“Jobs”),
When you click on this repeating group you are again brought to the page that is setup for dynamic content. The difference is that I have to trigger this navigation via a workflow:
This means that there is no href/hyperlink actually in the DOM for the repeating group, which I believe is a negative for SEO.
On the upside, you can apply HTML tags for text elements. You’ll see below that the style I use for the job title has a H3 tag assigned to it.
So basically I’m trying to figure out if there’s anyway I can get both header tags and hyperlinks in each element.
Hope that makes sense?