Style Guide <h1>
This page serves as an example of the different headings, images, fonts, colors, and list styles that can be used to organize your content on a page.
Using Headers Effectively <h2>
Dividing pages by using section headers helps to turn your content into easily digestible chucks. This page structure allows visitors to quickly scan a page for the information they are looking for. Heading styles can be applied by highlighting the text and selecting a heading style from the dropdown in the WYSIWYG editor.
Every page should include a page header or <h1> line at the top that represents what the page is about; the <h1> should also match the page title which is defined in the "display name" field of page properties. It is helpful to include a brief page summary after the page header. The rest of the page should follow a descending structure of <h2> through <h6>.
Link Styles <h3>
Links can be created by highlighting your text and clicking on the link icon in the editor. Your links will look like this.
Another Heading <h4>
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A Smaller Heading <h5>/<h6>
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