FamilySearch Wiki:Changing the Size of Font or the Color of Heading 1

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Revision as of 22:43, 16 June 2009 by Thomas Lerman (talk | contribs) (Add P.S.)
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In FamilySearch Wiki, the Heading 1 format has bigger, bolder text than the page title. Therefore, some users aren't using Heading 1. We need a discussion on whether and how the community would like us to change the Heading 1 format. Please add your comments to the Discussion page.


So everyone know what they look like and know what "Heading 1" is . . . this line is in "Normal" format. The following lines are in the specified formats (after the Table Of Contents (TOC)):

Heading 1[edit | edit source]

Heading 2[edit | edit source]

Heading 3[edit | edit source]

Heading 4[edit | edit source]

Heading 5[edit | edit source]
Heading 6[edit | edit source]

With that all said and done, my real question is not so much about why Heading 1 is not used. If I remember correctly, I believe the items that appear in the TOC start with Heading 2. This may be a big reason why Heading 1 is not used so much. P.S. I just noticed that if Heading 1 is used, it will adjust the TOC to use it as the lowest level. So, why did I think it only started with Heading 2? Maybe because when one adds a topic to a discussion page ('+'), it actually inserts the new topic as Heading 2. Well, that action may have influenced what I thought. Thomas Lerman 04:37, 17 June 2009 (UTC)