H1 Tag Change in updated Site Builder?

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Who had the horrible idea of having the H1 Tag auto check apply to all pages? That is a disaster in the waiting. What happened to being able to set paramaters of the H! Tag?
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KanThaiDecor

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Posted 5 years ago

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Brent, Official Rep

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Hi John,

We are soon going to release a new feature that will make it easier to control various aspects of your style including the H1 tag.

It looks like we got a little ahead of ourselves and partially enabled the feature on your account. We've corrected this so everything should work as usual.

You may need to log into your account again but please let us know if you spot any other issues.
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KanThaiDecor

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Back to not having options on the H1 tage such as size placment etc....Works fine on one of my test sties but not my ecommerce site
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KanThaiDecor

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Back to what it was now thank you....Glad I noticed before I saved and would have had to fix every H1 tag on my site.
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David Byers

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Who had the horrible idea of 'updating' Sitebuilder without alerting people that it would completely change their website design and layout by double-spacing the text?

Please inform us how we can restore the original settings without spending months adjusting every text box. This will deplete your customer base if it's not fixed very urgently.
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