UPDATE - All sorted now, thanks as always for quick, efficient and, superb help.

Just as the question says, I find that my H3 tags don't really stand out, and look like an ever so slightly larger version of normal "p" text.

In fact, if I bold any normal text it's far more prominent on the page than my H3 tags.

I just wondered if there is a way to change the way that H3 tags are displayed, other than going through each individual article and each individual tag.

Thanks

Partha

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JeffreyBrown Premium
Good answers here, Partha!

Jeff
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ParthaB Premium
Indeed Jeff.

But I think the guys and gals here have created a monster.

I can't stop playing around with font sizes in my theme now - trying to get the perfect proportions for H1, H2, H3 and normal text, I could be doing this for hours, LOL.

Partha
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JeffreyBrown Premium
🤣🤣🤣
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ChrystopherJ Premium
From WordPress click on Appearance -> Customise -> Typography and scroll down to Heading 3 (H3) to make your changes
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ParthaB Premium
Thanks as always Chrystopher.

I was actually doing this as you were probably typing this reply, although I wouldn't have worked it without the variosu replies here.

Partha

p.s. you got a fleeting mention in my latest blog post published earlier (and not in a good way, LOL)
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ChrystopherJ Premium
wow not in a good way? I'm off to read it now Prince Partha ;-)
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ParthaB Premium
LOLOLOL
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ChrystopherJ Premium
It wasn't soooooo bad haha
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ParthaB Premium
Well it's got worse now, LOL.

Oh Partha, go and hide your head in shame.
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ChrystopherJ Premium
Yeah haha Look what you've started :-p You even have me second-guessing myself haha
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ParthaB Premium
Hahaha, never. You're my hero!!!
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Triblu Premium
So you will know for the future Partha, whenever I Google anything to do with Generate Press, I find it in my search results.

It seems other users have asked whatever it is that I could ever image to ask. :-)
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Dale123 Premium
Go into "Appearance - Customize" and choose Headings. You can then change the font size & boldness, etc.
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ParthaB Premium
Thank you so much Dale, I've done it now.

I knew it was going to be something as simple as that (which I just couldn't work out for myself, LOL).

Thanks again

Partha
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feigner Premium
you can change it sitewide with css

h3 {
font-weight: bold;
font-size: xxpx;
}
add this to
appearance - customize- additional css

this will make it bold and you will need to choose hte size of text
another plugin i would recommend for this is siteorigin css
with this plugin you cn insoect and alter your site with css before making it live
good luck
phil
make sure you take a backup before making changes like this to prevent total data loss.
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ParthaB Premium
Thanks Phil,

Much appreciated.

I managed to do it inside the theme appearance, although it was your reply that promoted me to investigate further.

So, thanks for that.

Partha
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LouiseBT Premium
Hi Partha
The block editor is a very handy way of making a specific area prominent. You can change the background colour of that blog. So, your H3 tag will be bigger text than the rest and you can make the background area of that block a different colour.
Have you watched Jay's training on using the block editor? It's well worth watching.
Hope that helps you.
Blessings
Louise
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ParthaB Premium
I've been avoiding it for as long as possible Louise, LOL.

I've worked out out to do inside the theme now, actually just as Chrystopher has described above.

I'll get to Jay's training asap (I guess I can't ignore Block Editor forever).

Partha
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LouiseBT Premium
You won't be sorry, Partha. Block editor rocks! 😁
Don't leave it too long, I promise you will kick yourself if you do, lol!
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ParthaB Premium
I'm on it as we speak (training that is)
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