Sub-headlines have already been used twice in this post…did you spot them? The first one says “Lists,” and the second one says “Sub-Headlines.” Thanks to the flexibility of our themes, you can create similar headlines without having to do any styling on-the-fly. All you have to do is wrap your headline text in
<h2> tags, and BOOM, you’ll get results like you see here.
Oh, and guys? We need some centered text on this one, too.
If you’re using the Rich Visual Text Editor (which I absolutely do not recommend), you need to switch to the HTML viewer and enter your text between
<h2> tags. When you’re done, click on the Update button, and you can continue writing your entry.
If you’re using the regular old text-based editor (cheers if you are!), then you could write a line that looks something like this:
<h3>Blockquotes</h3>, and you’ll end up with something that looks like this…