Styles

Heading 1

  • We never APPLY Heading 1: It is reserved for page titles

Heading 2

  • Rarely used, and only for headings that retain their ROMAN NUMERAL designations
  • The Roman numeral numbered sections will now, for the most part, be the page titles
  • Title case
  • Watch for titles that are too long

Heading 3

  • First level title–used for headers that have A. B. C. etc., in the Word doc
  • We are no longer assigning the letters to the titles on the website
  • Title case
  • Watch for titles that are too long

Heading 4

  • Second level title–used for items in the Word doc that have numbers or that are italicized sub-titles, or to material taken out of a table–this one requires a bit of finesse–not cut and dried for content beyond the obvious. Related to what will help a reader
  • We are no longer assigning the numbers to the titles on the website, and for the most part–no itliacized or underlined sub-titles. This is an editorial decision that may require consult when posting
  • Title case
  • Watch for titles that are too long

Run in titles: Bold, sentence case, used to increase scannability