Knowledgebase: Elements
Posted by Zespół Manifo on 10 January 2012 02:21 PM

Header is a specially prepared text – it is often a title of a given page or a highlight of a simple text. It can describe the content of a given page similarly as titles and subtitles in a book.
You have six types of header to choose – H1 to H6.


Similarly to text formatting, when formatting a header you can make changes using:
Bold – the header will be in bold
Italics – the header will be in italics
Underlining – the text will be underlined
Font color – e.g. the text will be in blue


Additionally, you can align header to the left, to the middle and to the right:

Text pasting

Pasting texts from software such as MS Word is possible, but manifo has to remove some formatting. This happens because Word uses its own text formatting not applicable in websites. It is best to save a text as simple text before copying it and pasting to manifo.


In each element you can add spacing – you have two types to choose from: external spacing and internal spacing:

The difference is best visible when a given element has a background set:

See also element appearance managing

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