I’ve found that the second page header has been a bit of a problem for me lately. It just seems that my google docs are a bit cluttered. I’ve noticed that I have to scroll down twice to see the second page header. At the end of each month I need to go back and clean up my previous month’s content.
This is a well known problem; the second page header doesn’t make your page look as good as it could. Its main purpose is to give you a quick way to find the second page of your document in the future. The trouble is that the second page header will often be too long. This may cause your page to appear twice, which can be a big problem for those with short attention spans.
I can’t say for sure that Google will fix this, but I’m sure they will look into it. I’m also not sure if all these long page headers are necessary. You don’t need every single page header to appear on your page. If you want to, you can customize your page header to appear as you wish.
Google has been known to look into the cause of this problem.
It sounds like Google may be looking into the cause for the problem. They did make suggestions to fix it in the last Google Update, which also added the page length and the second page header to the search results.
They do have a page-wide layout and a navigation bar. In our case, it’s not a sidebar. But that’s the most obvious reason for it. If there’s any page-wide section on your page, it’s not included in your search results. Search engines are looking at it to see what’s going on.
I’m sure it is the same for any site. Theres no way to hide or hide a page, its all there in the first place.
It is the same reason why it can be hard to figure out what page you are on in Google. If you do a bunch of searches for something, you might get a page that is named something like “A Page About X”, “A Page About Y”, etc. When you go to see your page though, you might get a page named “All Pages About X” or “All Pages About Y” or “A Page About Z”.
So when you google, you might find pages that are named “A page about…” I wouldn’t be too surprised if Google were to start counting them as a separate page instead of just a page about pages.
Google is smart enough to realize that when you search for “A page about X”, it might not be the only page that has something to do with X. So it will take all of the pages that you find about X and combine them into one. The page will be called A Page About X.