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    WordPress › Support » Themes and Templates help a newbie to reorder a existing tem

    Here is the problem I have:
    Google gives priority to the first link in the HTML code and not where it appears on the page.

    i want to know how to
    Reorder the code of my existing wordpress template so that the search engine reads: Header / Content / Navigation Menu / Footer.

    i am completely new to this area, i appreciate you guys help ,thank you in advance.

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    i am completely new to this area, i appreciate you guys help ,thank you in advance.
    Please post a link to your page describe your requirement based on that.
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    thank you for your time ,basically i want a guideline on how to do this.little help and i think i can figure out this on my own.again thx a lot.


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