Typography lets you adjust how you want text to display on your website.

(Note: Any changes made to the typography will apply to the entire website.)

You can adjust the font type, size, color, weight (thickness), and line height for all of the different types of text formats available to use within your website.

  • Site Name - your business name that is displayed if you have no logo set.
  • Tagline -  text used as your tagline that is displayed on your site (if applicable).
  • Main Text - the default text for your website.
  • All Headings - Site Headings 1 - 6 can be customized.
    • Heading formats (Heading 1 to Heading 6) are indicators of section headings and subheadings within a page. They also tell search engines what you deem most important. Scale your heading sizes accordingly and use your keywords wisely and take full advantage of this easy tool to optimize your site. 
      The Heading 1 format is the headline for the content and is seen by web crawlers as the most important header for search engine optimization. It should only appear once on every page.
      The Heading 2 format is primarily used for sub-headings. The web crawlers see this as the second most important header. 
      The Heading 3 through Heading 6 formats are for further subheadings and have diminishing importance as you move on down the line. Use as many as needed to accurately represent your page and its structure. 

      *Remember to use the heading tags responsibly. They must make sense to your readers and should not be overloaded with keywords.

  • Block Quote - style text in a block indent format.

When finished making adjustments, make sure to 'Save Changes'.