Styles and Headers
Using Styles and Headers
The Style drop down menu has one main purpose in your use of Cascade, alignment of images. Instead of using the conventional align buttons located in the top toolbar, you should make sure to use the Style drop down menu. Simply click on the image that you wish to change the alignment of and then choose the proper option from the drop down Style’s menu.
Note: If you decide that you want to change the alignment of an image after you have already used the alignment button you must click on the image and then the erase all formatting button. BE CAREFUL THAT YOU ONLY HAVE THE IMAGE HIGHLIGHTED AS YOU CANNOT UNDO THIS OPERATION.
To create a heading or subheading, simply highlight the text you wish to use as a header and then click the “Format” dropdown menu and select “Heading 1”, “Heading 2”, and so on. The higher the importance, the higher level header should be used.
On your website there are a few different headers which you should consider.
Header 1: Is used for the name of the page. That action is already built in and this header should rarely be used elsewhere on a page.
Header 3: This header should be used when denoting a new section within a webpage. This is the most commonly used header.
Header 4: This header is meant to be used to emphasize smaller sections within a Header 3 area.
Note: No header should ever be used as a link