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Please delete all this text when creating a new page. This page has some instructions on proper heading usage and examples. The content area is 434 pixels wide, so please do not exceed that when inserting tables or images. Visit the Web Services site for our knowledge base, training class schedule, documentation and other related resources.

H2 - Content Heading

If your page has more than one sub-topic, then you should divide those topics into sections by labeling each topic with a heading 2 (H2).

H3 - Sub-content Heading

If your information from H2 can be further divided into sub-topics, then you can label each of those areas with an heading 3 (H3) and so on. In this template, you can go up to heading 3 (H3).

H3 - Sub-content Heading

Always be sure to use headings sequentially, going from H2 to H3. Your page title is automatically a heading 1 (H1).

  • Proper ordering of heading tag usage helps with search engine results as well as the usability of your page.
  • If you have the need to use anything more than a heading 3 (or H3), it's probably time to start creating new pages.
  1. This is an example of a numbered, or ordered, list where sequence in the list is important.
  2. Indenting creates sublists like below that indent on the left side:
    1. Sublists also work with bulleted lists like above.
    2. Indenting regular text indents both sides of the text, as it is reserved for long quotes.