May 15th, 2018 at 21:59 #63723
Hi. I’d been using this on a test site as I created it, and have posted to my regular site. Still in progress – however I see with the newer updates, my headers are HUGE! I’ve created CSS for the h1, h2, etc tags in the Mantra Options CSS editor, but don’t see a change on the page when I do so. I do see these are in classes, but how do I see which classes to change for my posts. I like the theme’s post header size, but my H1 titles IN the article are tremendous. Please let me know which classes to adjust for my main post pages, and for my blog feed, etc. It’s even a problem on my main page, at this point. Thanks!
Website: www.aym4training.comMay 20th, 2018 at 20:02 #63887
ZedCryout Creations Team
You shouldn’t use H1 headings in your content, as that tag is used for the site title and having two in the same page will result in a duplicate H1 heading issue with most search engines/indexers.May 21st, 2018 at 15:51 #63986
I had been using them in my previous posts, as they were what looked right before the theme was altered. Now, I’d have to go back to change them all – just for the look, besides the SEO. But even so – the only barely usable headings are h2 and h3 – both of which are also too big. H4 is useless to me, as it’s described as All Caps, which I hate.
Where may I go to change these settings? I tried entering them where they SHOULD be, in the specialized css area, but nothing changes in my posts.
I hesitate to use the old version, which I know is available, because eventually WordPress will complain that it’s not compliant with new tech and threats.
Please provide more information, so that going forward I can alter H2, h3 and h4. Thank you.
Website: www.aym4training.comJune 3rd, 2018 at 11:14 #64425
ZedCryout Creations TeamJune 3rd, 2018 at 20:34 #64492
Thank you. That clarifies things. I’ll live with the old posts as they are an amend for new posts. Love the flexibility of this theme, though. Thank you!
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