"h4" header is not showing the underline on final webpage

edited February 2016 in Bug Reports

I have the titles of each section written as "h4. Characters", and the preview shows the title bold with the underline across the page, but the final webpage result is just larger font, not bold, with no underline. Is this a bug that can be looked into?


  • Basileus
    Posts: 585
    I don't know if "bug" is the right word, but the CSS applied to the preview window is not the same as that applied to the actual content.
  • weasel0
    Posts: 435
    When trying to get the Hx. to work right, it's one of two instances(maybe two) where using !important was required as OP has it's own definitions for the headers and they are amazingly difficult to find every single case.

    bq. /*Headers*/
    {color:red !important;}

    ...is what I use as my base everytime. At this point(2 years later), I am unable to say who helped with that but I'll willingly pass it along.
  • GamingMegaverse
    Posts: 2,994
    That was a Langy contribution if I recall...

    Just trying to help out.

  • Krothos
    Posts: 230 edited February 2016
    Thank you, but the code language provided above doesn't seem to be working either (probably not typing it correctly). Decided in meantime to use with instead.
    Post edited by Krothos on
  • weasel0
    Posts: 435 edited February 2016
    then you'll probably want to add

    font-weight: bold;

    to the header list.

    bq. h1 {color: whatever; font-weight: bold;}

    This, http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_hn.asp is an awesome place.
    Post edited by weasel0 on
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