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The customer wants the content of a parent page to be minimal, just images with links to the child pages.

For example:

Page: Vegetables |
Child pages: Cucumber, Carrot, Cabbage.**

Having in mind SEO best practices, should I use in the mark-up h2 headings or since there is almost no other content I should use normal links.

<h1> Vegetables</h1>
<div class="item"><img src="cucumber.jpg"> <a href="#"><h2> cucumber</h2></a></div>
<div class="item"><img src="carrot.jpg"> <a href="#"><h2> carrot</h2></a></div>
<div class="item"><img src="cabbage.jpg"> <a href="#"><h2> cabbage</h2></a></div>



  1. As long as there is some content between each h2 then you are fine. Otherwise you should use a list:

    <!DOCTYPE html>
        <meta charset="utf-8">
        <title>Simple example</title>
        <header> <!-- Main header - Ignore if it isn't your case -->
        <nav> <!-- Main navigation bar - Ignore if it isn't your case -->
          <ul class="vegetables">
            <li class="item"><a href="#" title="Cucumber">Cucumber</a></li>
            <li class="item"><a href="#" title="Carrot">Carrot</a></li>
            <li class="item"><a href="#" title="Cabbage">Cabbage</a></li>
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  2. In SEO, it is required to follow the structure of the content. The heading should be H1 including the main topic of the webpage or you can say a keyword-relevant to the web content. HTML has six different heading tags — h1, h2, and so on until h6.

    Apply header tags on content only. You can apply list as suggested by @JuanLeme above.

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