Adding "Headings" to your website!

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While grading my website through websitegrader, I've always wondered if it was possible to add a heading besides the title of your site as website grader picks up your headings.

I've came to the conclusion, if you wish to add a heading to your site, where your html indicates the alignment=left, etc. replace it as follows:

<!--
<p style align=left
-->

this is an example of what your tag might say - change it to...

<!--
<H2 align=left
-->

This is also an idea of how Yola can make ALL text of the same type changeable without having to do it through all pages individually.
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Donald

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John McCarthy

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I believe you can make headings in yola.
see my screenshot below

Hope This Helps
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Emmy

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Thanks John, you are correct! If you make something a Heading 2 using those options it will wrap the words in and H2 tag.
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Where did you foud aT for heading my site does not have one!
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Donald

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lol, that's funny, I knew about that... I just forgot it was there.
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Donald

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Now all yola needs to do is make each type editable through the whole site. "heading 3" can change through the whole site if you wish.
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Donald

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This will allow us to change our site's formatting simply from one page. A feature I'd very much would like.
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can you specificly tell me how towhat to click first...I am not good with computer and how you advertise your space with ad manager? Thanks!
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Hi Katarina,

When you are clicked in a Text Widget you will have the Edit Toolbar available to you where you will find that option, here is a picture:


Please let me know if you are still having any trouble with this.

Kind Regards,
Emmy
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Than you it helped ,I am still kind of learning some stuff.Thanks
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@Donald

I think you can do something like this with css. I'm not sure but it would be worth looking at, also with the ability to call css files with Yola Pro it would be even easier.
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ok, yola's not css though is it? CSS isn't that a type of html?
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Connor McCarra, Champion

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No css means Cascading StyleSheets. In can style the whole site in one file. eg. All p (paragraphs) are red.
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Donald

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that's the feature I've been requesting and just haven't known it.

Although, I believe this feature can be created without the need of a new/different language (css).

I would like to be able to change one type of style throughout the whole site if I choose to change things.

Is there a reason yola is not css? You can use more than one language in a sitebuilder right? The current yola language PLUS css!