Format Styles ()
In using the style sheets, I select Heading 3 I get one of two different sizes.
When looking at the HTML code, this is what the differences are:
1. <h3><span style=”font-size: medium;”> (correct size)
2. <h3> (way too big)
Is there a way to have the <span> tag appear automatically? It seems there are very few size difference between <h1>, <h3> and <h5>. It seems like the size is controlled by the <span> tag. I just want to know if there is a simple button I could push to get it.
The blog I need help with is manchesterfamily.wordpress.com.
Lets’s start with this please. You have posted to the WordPress.COM support forum which is strictly limited to providing support to those who have issues with free hosted WordPress.com blogs only. The site linked to your WordPress.COM userrne is not linked to a free hosted WordPress.com blog. It’s wrongly linked to a posterous site. We cannot help you at all with that site. If you are referring to a free hosted WordPress.COM blog then please provide an active link to it starting with http:// I
Actually my blog is a WordPress blog. It’s manchesterfamily.Wordpress.com
I will admit that I imported this from a Posterous blog.
This is an active link > http://manchesterfamily.wordpress.com
Here’s how to link it to your WordPress.com username. Dashboard -> Users -> Personal Settings -> then scroll down to Account Details. Then scroll down to where it says ‘Website‘ select the URL for your primary wordpress.com blog and then save changes.
Now every time you sign into the forum we can all click on your username and your blog will be linked to it. And every time you leave a comment on a blog your username can be likewise clicked and your blog can be instantly located.
As you have imported content please Go to Settings > Writing and select “ ___ WordPress should correct invalidly nested XHTML automatically” and then scroll down and click “Save Changes.”
Now, starting with your latest post, open it in the editor, make one minor change such as adding a space and then deleting it, and then click “Update Post.” Check your blog and see if it is back to normal.
If it’s not, then look for an open HTML tag and close it. Check your blog again and see if it is back to normal. If it’s still “messed up” then open the next post and do the same thing post by post until it goes back to normal.
Is there a way to have the <span> tag appear automatically?
No and we cannot edit themes or templates on WordPress.com blogs.
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