I am having trouble with a theme I designed, but a friend implemented. I have no CSS experience, but he does, and even he is unsure of what to do here. My issue is basically that "Pages" are using h1 for headings. If there was a way to get Pages to use h2, then there would be no problem, because I'd like the style of my individual pages to mirror my style on posts. I am using rounded boxes for my entries, as you can see on the home page:
The edges of the boxes are images specified in the #content area of the CSS. My friend had been able to get the h1 to mimic this just fine, but then it would affect category and tag archive pages, which I make use of. Here, the image used for the rounded edges would appear behind the text that reads "Archive for the ‘Tampa Restaurants’ Category", shown here:
As you can see, there is no longer the floating rounded-edged box behind that text, but now the compromise is that on my Page pages, the tops are no longer calling the rounded box image, leaving a squared-off top on the boxes, as you can see here:
So, once again, my question is - is there any way to have Pages use h2 instead of h1? Everything I've found online to do so for WordPress requires the alteration of .php files, which obviously I don't have access to. Any ideas? Any alternatives? Any idea what I'm talking about?
Thanks for your help.
The Food Monster
The blog I need help with is tampabayfood.com.