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Headers

Headers should be used as a heading to your topic.  This can be changed at anytime, and you have 6 headers to choose from.

Please note, the font color/style will change per template- each template will have slightly different options.

Adding a Header to your Webpage:

  1. Go to "yourdomain.com/admin" to login
  2. From there navigate to the page you would like to edit and select the "Edit" button located on the right or left hand side of your page.
  3. Put your cursor on the page where you would to insert your header
  4. Type in the text you would like to use for this header (if the text is already present, skip to step 5)
  5. Select/Highlight this text with your cursor
  6. While the text is still selected, click on the "Formats" option on your editor toolbar (located to the right or left of your editable area).
  7. Now select "Headers"
  8. You will have 6 Header selections:
  9. Select the proper heading by clicking directly on one of the 6 options in this list above, (noting this will be the exact color and size as the example in the list).
  10. Your selected font from your webpage will now change to your selected Header: (in this example below, I selected a Header 2).

  11. To review the simple steps, see below:
    STEP 1 STEP 2 STEP 3

    Type in your header text and highlight it with your cursor!

    Select "Formats", then "Headers" and select the Header Option you would like to use:

    Once selected, your font will change to the header you chose!

Header Examples:

Header 1

This is normally used as the very top header, this is the largest sized header font available (example below):

Header 2

This is normally used as a sub-heading to break down a topic (example below):

Header 3

This is normally used as a sub-heading to break down a topic (example below):

Header 4

This is normally used as a sub-heading to break down a topic (example below):

Header 5

This is normally used as a sub-heading to break down a topic (example below):

Header 6

This is normally used as a sub-heading to break down a topic (example below):


Inline

Similar to a word document, you will have font features to add flare and attention to your text:

Adding Incline features to your font:

  1. Go to "yourdomain.com/admin" to login
  2. From there navigate to the page you would like to edit and select the "Edit" button located on the right or left hand side of your page.
  3. Put your cursor on the page where you would to insert your header
  4. Type in the text you would like to use for this header (if the text is already present, skip to step 5)
  5. Select/Highlight this text with your cursor

  6. While the text is still selected, click on the "Formats" option on your editor toolbar (located to the right or left of your editable area).
  7. Now select "Inline"
  8. You will have 6 Inline selections

  9. Select the proper inline option by clicking directly on one of the 7 options in this list above.
  10. Your selected font from your webpage will now change to your selected inline option: (for this example below I selected "Bold").

Inline Examples:

    1. Bold
    2. Italic

    3. Underline

    4. Strikethrough

    5. Superscript
      *font will be smaller and sit higher on the line

    6. Subscript
      *font will be smaller and sit lower on the line

    7. Code

Blocks

Similar to a word document, you will have font features to add flare and attention to your text:

Adding Blocks to your font:

  1. Go to "yourdomain.com/admin" to login
  2. From there navigate to the page you would like to edit and select the "Edit" button located on the right or left hand side of your page.
  3. Put your cursor on the page where you would to insert your header
  4. Type in the text you would like to use for this header (if the text is already present, skip to step 5)
  5. Select/Highlight this text or paragraph with your cursor

  6. While the text or paragraph is still selected, click on the "Formats" option on your editor toolbar (located to the right or left of your editable area).
  7. Select the proper inline option by clicking directly on one of the 7 options in this list above.
  8. Your selected font from your webpage will now change to your selected inline option: (for this example below I selected "Blockquote").

Block Examples:

 

 

 

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