How to edit HEADING to add a sub-title or secondary line?

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I saw that someone has managed to add what appears to be a subtitle under their main heading.

If you only use the EDIT HEADING box, you're limited to choosing text size, colour, font.

The site that accomplished this is here: http://www.24-7lockouts.co.uk/

I asked the question in the original topic, but since it's five months old I thought it might be more prudent to begin anew with my own questions.

I am a hand-coder, so template editing is a little odd for me. Also I am finding it frustrating that you can't edit the html, since obviously the quickest way to add a sub-header would be using both the html and css elements.

Please advise if this can be accomplished and if so, how?

We do have Yola Silver but the site is unpublished until I have added customization.

Thank you.
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Hi Once Upon a Sheep,

You can do this with a number of variations if required. Styling the text font, the colour and so on can be modified at the same time if required.

The top line is added as text as is. The secondary line can be forced by using <!--</br>--> tag. You can modify the visual importance by reducing the text size of the secondary line by using the <!--<sup>--> tag. To reduce it even further you can use two <!--<sup>--> tags in succession. Remember to close the <!--<sup>--> tags with <!--</sup>-->

generic outline would be;

<font style="Optional: some additional styling tags can be placed here if desired or use the default">top line heading<br><sup><sup>secondary line heading</sup></sup></font>
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Surprise, surprise! Nowhere did I see you can use inline styles. That works.

Moving on....

Thanks!