This is a Heading 1
This is a Heading 2
This is a Heading 3
This is how normal paragraphs will appear. Each paragraph will have it's own "grey box" background.
This is a second paragraph. In order to introduce line breaks you can use Shift+Enter, like here
which would allow you to move to the other line without starting a new paragraph.
Or even create empty lines, as above, within one paragraph.
You can highlight text with the usual bold, italic or underlined styles.
- This is a list element and you can create it if you click on "Insert/Remove Bulleted List" or "Insert/Remove Numbered list"
- Multiple elements can be added added as per usual
In some pages there are horizontal separators (see below). You can add them using the "Insert horizontal line" icon (a simle horizontal line)
How to edit the FAQ page
This page has the following three elements to make a section: a Heading 3 title, a paragraph with the content and a horizontal separator or line.
HEADING 3 (TITLE)
CONTENT (IT COULD BE A PARAGRAPH, A LIST AND SO ON)
If you want to edit or create some element, please keep in mind that every section MUST START with the element HEADING 3 and FINISH with an HR (SEPARATOR LINE), otherwise It will not work. Between those two items you can add paragraphs and lists.
How to edit the TERMS AND CONDITIONS, AND CUSTOMER SERVICE pages
These pages need the following elements to created linked sections: a set of bullet points, a heading for each section and the section's content.
In these pages the template automatically links each of the entries in the bullet point list with the corresponding Heading 2 that appears later in the page: First entry with first heading, second entry with second heading, etc.
- First list entry
- Second list entry
First heading (Heading 2)
Second heading (Heading 2)
If you want to edit some section, please keep in mind EVERY LIST ELEMENT IS LINKED WITH THEIR RESPECTIVE HEADING 2 ELEMENT i.e. The first list element will go to the first heading element, the second list element with the second heading and so on