LGBTQ Fertility

Large Rust Colored Headline = Heading 1(H1) from the drop down list.

Just a sample chunk of paragraph text— select paragraph from drop down list, and make sure to click small Eraser Icon (Remove Formatting) if text is copied and pasted from an outside program (like Word). You can bold and italic paragraph text.

The Medium Small Capitalized Headline = Heading 5 (H5) from the drop down list.

The H5 is used less frequently than the H4.

The Smaller Dark Brown SubHead = Heading 4 (H4) from the drop down list.

More sample paragraph copy.

 

Want to add a bulleted list? Create list of items, select them, and then click the Bullet Formatting Icon

  • Item one
  • Item two
  • Item three

Then, to give them formatting specific to your theme, add  [.list type=”bullet”] BEFORE the list, and [./list] AFTER the bullet, like below.

(REMOVE those periods after the [

…. those are only there so that they don’t format inside this sample post. See the actual code in the sample bulleted list below.

    • Item one
    • Item two
    • Item three

 

Adding breaks to long paragraphs of copy WITHIN SHORTCODES. (this is a H4)

Below, within [ ] symbols,  is a Shortcode for breaking text into two columns. Column on the left comes first, Column on the right comes second. On the left is a a few paragraphs of text without breaks— the right uses the Textbreak code to enter Line Breaks. View the Page to see the difference, and switch over to the HTML Editor (Switch between two tabs that say VISUAL and HTML) to see how the code is used. Make sure there are no spaces after the code.

Left Column

“Does he never go out?” asked the Scarecrow. “Never. He sits day after day in the great Throne Room of his Palace, and even those who wait upon him do not see him face to face.” “What is he like?” asked the girl. “That is hard to tell,” said the man thoughtfully. “You see, Oz is a Great Wizard, and can take on any form he wishes. So that some say he looks like a bird; and some say he looks like an elephant; and some say he looks like a cat. To others he appears as a beautiful fairy, or a brownie, or in any other form that pleases him. But who the real Oz is, when he is in his own form, no living person can tell.” “That is very strange,” said Dorothy, “but we must try, in some way, to see him, or we shall have made our journey for nothing.”

Right Column

“Does he never go out?” asked the Scarecrow.
“Never. He sits day after day in the great Throne Room of his Palace, and even those who wait upon him do not see him face to face.”
“What is he like?” asked the girl.
“That is hard to tell,” said the man thoughtfully. “You see, Oz is a Great Wizard, and can take on any form he wishes. So that some say he looks like a bird; and some say he looks like an elephant; and some say he looks like a cat. To others he appears as a beautiful fairy, or a brownie, or in any other form that pleases him. But who the real Oz is, when he is in his own form, no living person can tell.”
“That is very strange,” said Dorothy, “but we must try, in some way, to see him, or we shall have made our journey for nothing.”