Thanks Argos and Luisehahne, And, if I might suggest a further enhancement, to be able to add a sub-title, description and keywords to any section rather than just rely on the T,D,K of the whole page itself.
Most recent work is with a town council who have meeting results (called “minutes” in en-gb) for every meeting that has occurred. I could, and have created, a new page for their monthly bulletins, but a new page for every single meeting in one year is beyond reasonable...
If I could have a new title, description (and keywords perhaps) for every new section on a single-page, that would be sublime.
For example, during 2010, the town has had many different meetings and a huge, “result-text” every time.
At the moment, I just ask the secretary that the new info is placed on top of the last entry on that given year page; for example; The “2010 Meetings Result Page”.
BUT, that whole 2010 page has the same description and keywords! I cannot change that for every new section. Sure, I could add a new page for every council meeting but that would not be coherent and fluid for the reader because they would have to jump through another and yet another link to read the whole 2010 meetings info.
With a title, description (and keywords) on each section, I could emphasise keys points and issues by using that, “TDK” formula (and perhaps Google would pick that up too)
Why? So that WB sections would stand-out as being an important and a very relevant sub-section stand-alone piece within a page itself. A sub (or, “blog”) section/post - for want of any better description!
I am too old to invoke the intricacies of php to do this myself, otherwise I would truly help.
The long and short! Developers! (God bless you) Please consider the ability to add a title and a short description, to any section, on any page.
It would rock the SEO!