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No worries. You can add some styles to Design > Custom CSS. For example, the "Zebra.." heading is a 'h3' heading that would normally follow a paragraph 'p'. By adding the CSS below, you could choose how much margin should be above each h3 heading. You can adjust 47-pixels to match your needs:

.sqs-block-markdown p+h3 {
  margin-top: 47px;
}

 

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@hanna38 It will depend where you want to use this, for example in the body text or a header. In the body text, you can use a Markdown Block instead of a Text Block and then insert this: <

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On 6/28/2020 at 4:52 AM, paul2009 said:

No worries. You can add some styles to Design > Custom CSS. For example, the "Zebra.." heading is a 'h3' heading that would normally follow a paragraph 'p'. By adding the CSS below, you could choose how much margin should be above each h3 heading. You can adjust 47-pixels to match your needs:


.sqs-block-markdown p+h3 {
  margin-top: 47px;
}

 

Got it. That makes sense. Thanks, Paul. Just wondering - is there no way just to add a blank line in Markdown though?

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26 minutes ago, TreeTops said:

Just wondering - is there no way just to add a blank line in Markdown though?

You can add a line break by typing two spaces and then return. To add a blank line, simply do this twice.

Here's an example - watch the page behind the editor window.

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On 5/21/2020 at 3:19 AM, hanna38 said:

hi everybody 🙂

I need help, cause I don't find a way to do it. I need to superscript a letter for a title. In Austria we use for the feminin Mastertitel the short version with an superscript "a". I don't manage to fill it in with copy paste and the usual shortcuts for Mac don't work either. Is there any way I can manage to write "Mag.a "? I use the template Polaris live (prine family 7.0). Thankful for any tipp!

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@hanna38This works for me as well: https://lingojam.com/SuperscriptGenerator Add the number, and copy the outcome on the right. No need for Markdown.

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