When you enter the text writing section, please ignore the Purple “Use the Divi Builder” message up above the text box in the admin section. Select small, grey “Classic” instead to use the normal WP textbox.
In the writing box in admin, please ignore this “Open Sans 16 pt”. It is a WP update we’ve been unable to fix.
Regardless of how paragraph looks in the admin text box, this does display in the correct font and size on the site. (Please do not use the WP options box to switch to other fonts and sizes however. WP HTML will clash with the css the site is written in and cause weird and unexpected interpretations by some browsers.)
Here are the various headings, as they appear in pages:
This H1 heading is used for the page title, but it is available to use within pages
Note that if you are writing a “Page” now (linked from the navigation bar above) as opposed to Posts (All the news categories) paragraph will now default to display as Justified Text when viewed on desktops, but to align left on small mobiles (this change is to avoid big holes in the text caused by forcing text to be justified in too narrow of a display on a mobile).
But you can select non justified where needed. For example, a heading might need to be manually selected for Aligned Left if it looks strange in the default Justified.
But note that In this admin area your text will not show as Justified, only when it is published
If you selected B from the WP formatting box above the textbox: is strong, a bit darker than the lighter bold made by manually putting the words inside like this <b> by using the html tags in the text editor</b>
By setting Justified as the default for the PAGES – this reduces excess HTML
Here is the H3 heading, as it appears in Pages. H3 and H6 look identical – ( these are used to label images in posts (H3 for SEO images text; H6 for non-SEO)
For smaller bulleted lists, H3 could also be used in indented bulleted lists, bolded or not. They can be used for bulleted or numbered lists that are smaller than the paragraph they follow from, like this: