Heading

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  • #21639

    I cant get the Heading to function. I have tried to write <h2>text</h2> as a start for example on a static page, but it just makes the text bold.

    What am I doing wrong ;)

    The blog I need help with is kampanjndx.wordpress.com.

    #21813

    scottrrollo
    Theme Author

    Hi there!

    React’s heading tags are not styled, unfortunately. This is something we need to improve. I’ve filed a ticket, and we’ll be sure to let you know when this is fixed.

    Thanks for letting us know :)

    #21826

    :)

    #21855

    scottrrollo
    Theme Author

    Hi again,

    We don’t know exactly when these heading tags will be styled. But, when we do deploy an update, we’ll be sure to let you know. Thanks for your patience :)

    #22037

    You can increase the font size of titles with code, e.g. for 1.5x the size, style=”font-size: 1.5em;font-family=times, georgia, serif;” and so on, or make italic , bold etc. Have to do it each time you want to use it though.

    Not sure if it will let me do it in comments but

    <p style="font-size: 1.5em;font-family=times, georgia, serif;">Changed para text</p>

    gives
    <p style=”font-size: 1.5em;font-family=times, georgia, serif;”>Changed para text</p>

    #22038

    No, all I’ve done is make a mess. It works in React though.

    #22040

    scottrrollo
    Theme Author

    Hi Tracey!

    What tags are you trying to style? Are you trying to increase the font size of a specific heading tag?

    #22041

    Hi Scott, it’s OK, I was working through the headings in React trying to style them up a bit, it works in React OK but when I tried to write it in a comment here, it took the em and strong and applied it to the comment. My mistake, haven’t caught onto using the code formatting :)

    #22042

    scottrrollo
    Theme Author

    No worries, Tracey!

    You can format your styling like this:

    h1 {
        font-size: 20px;
        color: #1B67E0;
        font-weight: bold;
    }

    Feel free to adjust, add, or remove any of these CSS properties :)

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