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CKEditor not displaying correct font size

Thread began 10/07/2014 12:30 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 10/08/2014 11:38 am by Christopher West | 2736 views | 7 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

its interesting actually Jason as I found to display the look of the H1 tag in the "dropdown" menu in the CKEDITOR interface I have to make sure that in my CSS file that I have declared H1 on its own and then since I am using the class .content-main as the BODY in CKEDITOR I then need to make sure that in my CSS file I have made the declaration of .content-main h1 (and thirdly because in my frontend of the website that users see, since I am using a ID of #content-main I need to declare #content-main h1. But this surely is messy coding since I had to declare 3 times the H1 tag in my CSS file. Obviously I could remove the ID #content-main in my front end and then replace it with the class .content-main but then that would mean I would have to change ALOT of CSS code as well as code in my HTML.

My final question though, I am right in using ID styles in my HTML only if there is ONE occurance of that style? Do you think its a limitation of HTML Editor that I can only declare a CLASS for the BODY option in the WA Server behaviour?

Very last question, how can I remove H1 tag from the drop down menu in CKEDITOR (as I dont really want the user to select H1 from the dropdown as its being used in a different part of the backend form.)

Chris

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