2012-03-14 21:52:29Sub-heading Style Help?
Doc Snow
Kevin McKinney
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Andy S suggests I use SkS house-style subheadings in my forthcoming Wells post, which seems like a good idea.  But I'm not having much success in replicating them by eye.  The left-justification is no problem, but what is that blue color  that's used?  And is there something a little different about the font, or am I imagining that?

2012-03-14 22:21:58
Daniel Bailey
Daniel Bailey
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Convention is to use "Heading 3" for section or chapter heads instead of the default "Paragraph" style.
2012-03-14 22:25:58
Daniel Bailey
Daniel Bailey
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You may have to preview your post to get a better sense of cause-and-effect. What I do is to use two tabs: 1 for the editing and the other for previewing. Remember that you will need to save your edits before the refresh in the other tabbed window can grab the revisions for display.
2012-03-16 02:21:46
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Kevin McKinney
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Belated thanks, Daniel.  That worked like a charm, as you probably already noticed.

A follow-up question--I've noticed some SkS headings in red.  Is there a convention there?  It wasn't altogether clear to me from the particular examples I happened to see.

2012-03-16 11:39:13
Daniel Bailey
Daniel Bailey
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Some headings may be in Red because they may also have a hyperlink.  Like this:

Skeptical Science

Skeptical Science

Skeptical Science

Skeptical Science

Skeptical Science