Why is one page heading smaller than the rest on my site?

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I have just finished my site, but the page heading on one of my pages is smaller than the rest, but it looks fine when I'm editing,just when I go to the site?

Here is the page http://vkfreelance.yolasite.com/examp..., if you compare the heading to the home page and the rest it is smaller but I don't know how to change it. Please help. Thanks
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VK

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Hi VK

When I looked at your page source, I noticed that you have Word formatting all through your site. This Word formatting can really bugger up your site. You need to copy your text from any external source and paste into Notepad (this will strip away any inherent formatting) and then copy and paste into your text widget in your site.

So, what you need to do is copy all your text in your site and paste into Notepad, and then paste into a new text widget. This should get rid of any problems you have had. You will need to redo any font formatting via the text toolbar.

Please let us know if you continue to have problems or need further clarification. =)
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Thanks Littleus!

Hi VK,
Littleus is right, if you follow her instructions this should remedy the problem!
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KanThaiDecor

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Did you type them in or paste them in from word maybe?
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VK

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littleus thank you so much you are briliant. It never occured to me not to paste from word lol. Thanks again.
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Kent T Carter

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Another shortcut is to copy the html code from one test widget that works as you want, into all the other widgets, them change the wording, still through the html edit for the test. This is how I have done my pages and they have many items per page, yet all the same format!