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Consistent Format

posted Dec 17, 2012, 6:47 PM by Julie Sharma   [ updated May 2, 2015, 11:50 AM ]

When you edit a page, you have options to modify fonts, colors, and formatting by word or by section:edit toolbar

However, it can be better to change formatting at the site level to help keep format consistent between pages throughout your website.  

Format Headings

  1. be sure you are signed into your site at sites.google.com
  2. click on the pencil edit screen pencil to edit the page (top, near-center)
  3. highlight the text to you want to format as a heading 
  4. click on Format
  5. select the level heading you want to make the heading, Heading 2, perhaps
  6. click Save to save and view changes
Mange Site, Colors and Fonts

Format Overall Colors/Fonts

Modifying overall color/fonts is done through more button > Manage Site > Colors/Fonts.  

Here are some examples of what you can change through these settings:
  • size, color, style of the font in the content of website pages
  • font marked as Headers
  • size, color, style of page title font
  • font and background of navigation text

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