While creating a website, once you’ve decided on its content, your excitement gets you building like a well-oiled machine. You’ve developed your brand, chosen images and written your copy. Alas, you’ve reached completion.
Analyzing your freshly built website, you suddenly realize the monotony throughout your text. You’ve developed such interesting copy, and don’t want to waste it on bland formatting. How to your fix it?
Let your text work in your benefit – make use of the custom headers in Style Designer.
When in Sitebuilder, upon entering Style Designer, scroll down to the “Fonts” section – you’ll see five different header settings to use at your disposal.
Once you’ve decided on the Font Family and Size of your header, go ahead and scroll up to colors to further customize your text.
Using the Text widget, spread these headers throughout your website to give it an exciting, yet consistent, look and feel from page to page.
Need a couple of pointers on where to add header text? We have a couple of ideas for you to get the ball rolling.
Use your Second Header to broadcast the heading of your page. This text should be large, grabbing the attention of your views, letting them know the purpose of the page.
Customize your Paragraph to be much smaller than your second header, allowing it to be used site-wide.
Use the rest of your headers to create a visually appealing website, full of variety.
By the time you’re finished, your site will be anything but monotonous.
Looking for other quick website fixes? Check out more posts in the series:
No logo? No problem.
Use your smartphone to create your own custom designs
Adding downloadable files to your buttons
Create a custom color scheme from your own site images
Wow visitors with a picture gallery