How to add H1 Tag on Homepage?

I am using child theme of rehub theme to create a website. Just like
many other themes it has option of “static homepage” and “recent posts”
homepage. As my theme is a deal based theme I have to use “recent posts”

But, due to this the home page is missing H1 tag because there is no
tag by default in the theme. I have no experience of php coding, so
please help me in adding H1 tag on the homepage. The site link is -

Code of header.php from main rehub theme is as follows -

<meta charset="utf-8" />
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width" />
<!-- feeds & pingback -->
<link rel="profile" href="" />
<link rel="pingback" href="<?php bloginfo( 'pingback_url' ); ?>" />
<!--[if lt IE 9]><script src="<?php echo get_template_directory_uri(); ?>/js/html5shiv.js"></script><![endif]-->    
<?php wp_head(); ?>
<?php if(rehub_option('rehub_custom_css')) : ?><style><?php echo rehub_option('rehub_custom_css'); ?></style><?php endif; ?>

Unfortunately a link to your site is of little to no help except for confirming that the page indeed has no h1 tag.

There are different types of “headers”
There are HTTP headers eg. 404 Not Found
There is the <head> section of an HTML page that often gets referred to as a “header” even though it is not a header.
There is often a <header> tag / section in the <body> section of an HTML page eg. where the logo and navigation might be.
And there are <h#> headings that often get referred to as a “headers” even though they are not headers.

Unfortunately the code you posted is for the head section and is not where heading tags belong and so it is of no help for solving your issue.

Also, the rehub theme is a premium theme that offers paid support options.

Sorry, but I will not purchase a theme I have no interest in using only to help in debugging it.

IMHO your best option for resolving your issue would be to use the theme’s support whatever that might be.

Of course, because you are using a Child Theme and plugins, there is a chance that the problem is not caused by the theme code but by the child theme code, or maybe conflicting plugin code, and not fall within what the theme author will support.

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