Text Editing, Can I format all my website words or no?

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I can edit the Body of my page but not the header or Page title? Are we able to edit, format any text that is on our website? Thanks, denise:)
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Hi Denise

At this time, we are not able to format the Page title or Header. If you select a style that is customizable (e.g. cleanslate, bare necessities), then you can make your own banner with your own colors, font style, etc.. and upload it to your file manager. Then, you can select your banner for the top of your page. You will have to apply the banner to each page if you wish to have it all the same.

As an example, you can take a look at my site:

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Just wanted to mention the Page Title, I an wondering if you are referring to what appears in the browser window; the page title area will also be the title tag that appears in your html head section and the search engine results pages. This can be changed if you click on the Properties Tab on the Content Sidebar. You will also find page description and keywords here as well.

Here is a link to our Knowledge Book topic on this if you would like to check it out: Title, Description and Keywords Tags.

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Window Title and Page Heading at first may be quite confusing terms.

Window Title is the name on the tab that appears in your browser. It has the highest metatag rating with Google. Each page of your site should have a different Window Title and in fact you may be penalised if a number of pages bear the same Window Title

Page Heading is the name as it appears in your page. This has a much lower rating in the rankings game and is as much a simple visual identifier as anything else.

Both these can be addressed from the Properties Tab on the Content Sidebar of the builder. Page Heading can also be addressed directly within the field on the page itself.
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Thanks for adding that Peter!