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Hi,

I have seen that it is possible to add styles for H4 or H5.  Through the text block editor, I see H1-H3.  How would I with CSS be able to use or assign h4 or H5 to a block?

Is this the case of using pseudo classes to add content?  I am not super savvy, but can do css code edits.  I haven't yet used the other code customizing options but keen to learn.

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To have an H4 or H5, you need to set styles in CSS (size, font, weight, etc) and then use a code block instead of a text block and then use HTML to add your H4 heading text:

CSS:

h4 {
  font-family:Times New Roman;
  font-size:2rem;
  font-weight:600;
}
h5 {
  font-family:Times New Roman;
  font-size:1.6rem;
  font-weight:400;
}

HTML code block:

<h4>
  This is a heading 4
</h4>
<h5>
  This is a heading 5!
</h5>

 

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