Styles in the Rich Text Editor

The following are the most important styles that you will use when editing the bodytext and headings. 


NOTE: The web template attaches styling based on the styles you apply. After applying a style, preview the page to see how your change will look on the live site.


All Body Text styles are for the bulk (body) of the content and represent your basic text:


Body Text: This is your most basic style that will be attached to the majority of the text in the Catalog. It will be aligned left with space above the paragraph.


Body Text Right: The text will align right with space above the paragraph.


Body Text Centered: The text will align to the center with space above the paragraph.


Body Text Indented: The text will indent from the left with space above the paragraph. If you want the text to indent please use this style and not the indent tool in the bar at the top. The indent tool is designed for lists only.


Body Text NS: The text will align left with no space between the paragraphs/text.


Body Text NS Right: The text will align right with no space around the paragraphs/text.


Body Text NS Centered: the text will align to the center with no space around the paragraphs/text.


Body Text NS Indented: The text will indent from the left with no space around the paragraphs/text. If you want the text to indent please use this style and not the indent tool in the bar at the top. The indent tool is designed for lists only.


SubHeadings:


SubHeading: Sub Headings help distinguish different sections of the Body Text within the content of one item.


SubHeading 2: This style is used to distinguish a section within a Sub Heading. The style will be smaller and less pronounced then the SubHeading style.


Headings: These can be used instead of SubHeadings and are more accessible.


heading 2: Will style the selected line of text in a header style to break up content within. These will also be styled the same as header 2s within an exported copy.


heading 3: Will further break up content and add a heading 3 within the content of a single page.


heading 4: Will further break up content and add a heading 4 within the content of a single page.

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