Format Headings in CampusPress

Last modified 2/16/2022

In CampusPress, your web page's Heading 1 comes from the title of the page. If your instinct is to make the text larger and bolder, the text may need to be formatted as a heading. Use Heading 2, 3, or 4 as subheadings on your page.

Step 1. Select the Add Block Icon

Select the Add Block Icon to view the content block options. The Add Block Icon is located in the top left corner of the screen or to the left of the page content block. Content block are available for all types of content.

  • paragraph text
  • headings
  • images
  • lists
  • videos
  • table
  • and more...

Content Blocks screen with options to add paragraph, image, heading, gallery, list, quote, audio, cover and file.

Step 2. Select the Heading Option

From the list of content blocks select the heading option.

Screenshot of the Heading option. An H with the text heading beneath it.

Step 3. Choose a Heading Level

Choose a heading level. Remember to avoid skipping heading levels.

Screenshot of the text editor with heading level options heading 2, Heading 3 and Heading 4 showing. Heading 2 is selected.