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Campus Map
Find Your Way Around Campus

Class Schedule
A Complete List of Classes

Headings - this is a Heading 1 & is only for the Page Title

This is a Major SubHeading and is a Heading 3

This is paragraph text: Heading 1 - the page title- is the single most important thing on the page. Heading 2 is reserved for the header of the navigation bar. You will use Heading 3, 4, 5, or 6 and plain paragraph text on your pages. Think in terms of an 'outline' style - the title of the page is the most important (Heading 1), then the first subhead (Heading 2 - which is reserved for the header of the navigation bar), then Heading 3, 4, 5, 6, and your paragraphs, lists, etc.

All of this is actually quite important for a number of accessibility reasons, and it helps search engines find and index our site.

This text is bold. These styles are 'built-in' wth font size and color. When you style the text in the edit area, you will not necessarily see what it looks like until it is published. Avoid the temptation to use a lot of bold and ALL CAPS - overuse actually makes text harder to read.

This is a Minor SubHeading -- note the different formatting (this is a Heading 4)

This is paragraph text: These styles are 'built-in' wth font size and color. When you style the text in the edit area, you will not necessarily see what it looks like until it is published. Avoid the temptation to use a lot of bold and ALL CAPS - overuse actually makes text harder to read.

Another Major Subheading (Heading 3)

This is paragraph text:These styles are 'built-in' wth font size and color. When you style the text in the edit area, you will not necessarily see what it looks like until it is published. Avoid the temptation to use a lot of bold and ALL CAPS - overuse actually makes text harder to read.

This is a Minor SubHeading (Heading 5)

This is more paragraph text. The Heading 5 and Heading 6 have the same formatting. Use of them depends on your document structure.  You can enter all of your text and then just click in the paragraph - or header line - and choose the formatting from the dropdown menu - you don't need to 'select' the whole text area to be formatted.

If you are copying and pasting text from Word or Outlook, it is a very good idea to select the 'Paste as Plain Text' button before you paste your text into Omniupdate.

formatting text and headers