How to Add Heading style to a Post or Page
Headings should stand out in a website! They help your reader find the parts of the content more easily on the page and make it easier for search engines when they indexing your page.
All you need to do is to add style for it is to highlight your heading and select different styles and formatting in the content toolbar.
Headings styles not only give your viewers a better visual representation of what the important points of your post or pages really are. They also help search engines determine the important content on your site helping improve your visibility. To create headings, make sure the post editor showing the second row formatting options by clicking the show kitchen sync button at the top right of the content toolbar. From here, you will see that the default styling is paragraph. Highlight the text you would like to modify and then use the dropdown menu to select the different style. By default, word press offers 6 different heading styles for highlighting points in your content or for separating topics on the same page. Heading 1 is usually the largest and most important, incrementally scaling down for each of the following headings. When your content is formatted as you would like it to appear on your site, remember to save or publish your content.