Mueller shares this advice in a Reddit thread, where a user asks whether HTML code positioning might cause SEO problems.
The response is yes; the placement of HTML code might adversely impact your SEO efforts if it doesn’t appear at the top of the page.
More particularly, it is essential to keep thearea of the HTML document at the top of the page. This area needs to contain the details that Google needs to read your website properly.
“The html headers () should be pretty much on top. I ‘d move any JS to below the HTML headers, and talk to the rendering tool in search console that the JS does not mess up the area.”
Regarding the main content, Mueller says its positioning is lesser, though it’s vital for thearea to be tidy and well-organized so Googlebot can effectively understand it.
“For the material it doesn’t matter as much, but since the head things is for machine-readable information that’s verified to be in a specific part of the page, it truly needs to be tidy on top.
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