How to Make Your WordPress Website Clickable on the Address Bar

The address bar is arguably the most important part of your web browser. It’s where you type in the web address of a site you’re visiting, and it serves as your gateway to the information you’re looking for.

Having a clickable address bar is incredibly useful, as it makes it much more convenient for your visitors to find what they’re looking for. Also, if you have a store, having a clickable address bar is necessary so that people can easily find your website’s homepage without having to click through numerous subpages before they reach the root.

With that in mind, it’s a good idea to learn how to make your WordPress website clickable on the address bar. Let’s have a look at how to do that.

Use the Right H1 Tags

H1 tags are the HTML heading tags, and they help web browsers identify top-level articles on your site. They’re a good place to start if you’re looking to make your content easy to find by search engines.

The proper use of H1 tags will dramatically increase the odds of your articles being picked up by Google. When you have a lot of content on your site, the last thing you want to do is to confuse web browsers. A common mistake people make is to put H1 tags inside of P tags. Do not do this; instead, use H1 tags at the very top level of your content, as so:

How to Make Your WordPress Website Clickable on the Address Bar

As you can see, I’ve set up a very simple two-piece tutorial for you here. Let’s run through it step-by-step.

First, I’ll show you how to make your WordPress website clickable on the address bar. Then, I’ll teach you some SEO tricks to boost your site’s search engine results.

1. Make Your WordPress Website Clickable on the Address Bar

To make your WordPress website clickable on the address bar, you need to take advantage of the functionality provided by the WordPress toolbar. The toolbar gives you access to several useful tools that can help you make your website more accessible.

First, you need to visit the WordPress toolbar settings page and log in there. Next, you’ll want to go to the Elements page and check the “Make this element interactive” box. This will instruct WordPress that this element (the entire toolbar, in this case) is clickable. Finally, click the “Save Changes” button at the top to confirm your settings.

2. Optimize Your WordPress Website for SEO

The second part of this tutorial is all about search engine optimization (SEO). SEO is the practice of affecting how your website appears in search results in order to achieve higher rankings. Higher rankings mean more visitors, and hopefully, more sales.

There are several aspects that you can work on to achieve higher SEO. The first step is to get your WordPress website set up for all major search engines. For that, you need to visit the Google Search Console at and log in there. From there, you’ll want to grab the “Search Traffic” tab and check off the “Yes, my website is set up for SEO.”

Now, if you visit Google and enter the search term “SEO examples,” you’ll see several results. One of the first things you’ll want to do is to add the words “SEO tips” to the end of each of the top-level headings on your website. Doing this will help with SEO.

For example, if you have an “About Us” page, you could add the following text to the end of each of the about us main headings:

“SEO Tips for Marketing Professionals”

The goal here is to make your website easy to find when someone is searching for “SEO tips.” As you can see, I’ve added this text to the end of the two main headings, and it certainly helps with the SEO.

Now, if you want to make sure that your SEO is up to date, you can check the current SEO performance of your website in the SEO Analytics section of the WordPress dashboard. Here’s a screenshot. As you can see, my website currently has a page rank of 0/10, which means that it has not yet been detected by Google on the front page, and it ranks below or on the same page as the “SEO basics” page:

3. Add Description and Keywords

Adding description and keywords to your content is an essential part of SEO. This is where you’d put the important information that a web browser might miss. Let’s say you have a product review for Apple products, and you want to include the key features and benefits of those products. You would write something like this:

The Quick‐Start Guide to Apple Products

As you can see, I’ve set up a short description and included some key words within the text.

Web browsers typically look for these elements when they’re searching for content, so if they don’t appear, you’re pretty much telling Google that your content is not useful and should not be considered when it comes to ranking.

Final Takeaway

Making your WordPress website clickable on the address bar is an easy way to improve the accessibility of your site. Along with this, you can also work on improving the SEO of your site to drive more traffic to it. Thanks for reading! This was How to Make Your WordPress Website Clickable on the Address Bar. If you have any other tips or suggestions, please feel free to leave us a comment below! Happy blogging!