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Web Template Guide: Web Content Formatting Examples

The following are examples of acceptable Web content formatting:

Heading 1

Heading 2

Paragraph text

Heading 3

Paragraph text

Heading 3 bold

Paragraph text

Heading 4

Paragraph text

Heading 4 bold

Paragraph text

Heading 4
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Paragraph text

Heading 5

Paragraph text

Heading 6

Use the "paragraph" format for your main content because it allows for enough space in between your lines of text. This makes your text readable for the visitors to your site.

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The following are examples of Web formatting your should avoid:

Do not use the format "none" in your Web site content because, as you can see, the format does not allow for enough space between lines. This format will make your Web site very difficult for your visitors to read. Use the "paragraph" format (see example above) for your main content.

Do NOT format your text with non-standard colors or different sizes. It detracts from the aesthetic consistency of Calvin's Web site and makes your pages less readable for your visitors.

Avoid centering or right-justifying your text.

Please do not alter the default font on your Web pages. The current default font (Arial) is standardized for readability across our Web site.

Heading 3
This content is supposed to be in paragraph format, but because there is a line break after "Heading 3," this text is taking on the Heading 3 format. Make a full space between your heading and your text to avoid this mistake.

Secondary

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Sidebar

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