Page Title

Page titles appear at the top of the page as the first line of content.  Will be omitted/hidden if the heading of the page has a photograph that shows a text title.  Page titles are extremely important for SEO and for users arriving at a specific landing page from search engine results.

This heading style will only appear once per page.

Paragraph font: This is the typical font size of all non-header and non-special notation text. The majority of the text will appear as “paragraphs”.

Currently, it is really hard to tell that some text is a hyperlink because hyperlinks now look very similar to regular text. Changing the hyperlink to match the horizontal rule color will fix this.

Major Section Title

Used to separate major sections of information. The first letter is always capitalized.  There can be multiple Major Sections on a single page.  Some Major Sections will have large bodies of content with or without Minor Sections.

Major Section Title

Used to separate major sections of information. The first letter is always capitalized.  There can be multiple Major Sections on a single page.  Some Major Sections will have large bodies of content with or without Minor Sections.

Minor Section Title

Separates individual minor sections from each other.  Must be contained inside a Major Section Title.  The first letter is always capitalized.  The minor sections will contain bodies of content that need to be divided into logical sections for easier consumption. Information in Minor Sections will be divided into paragraphs.

Image Captions appear under some images.

Major Sections with no minor sections

To adhere to the current formatting on the New Hope Housing website, some formatting rules will be observed. For example, if two Major Sections are not separated by Minor Sections, they will be separated by a thick orange line.


Next Major section

To adhere to the current formatting on the New Hope Housing website, some formatting rules will be observed. For example, if two Major Sections are not separated by Minor Sections, they will be separated by a thick orange line.

Minor Section Title #1

Likewise, Minor Sections will be separated by a thin orange line.


Minor Section Title #2

Also, Minor Sections will be separated by a thin orange line.


Minor Sections that are part of a list

Sometimes a minor section is the heading of a list. For example, on the “About” page, the Board of Directors is a Minor Heading. For these headings, a thin orange line will separate the list from other content. For example:

Board of Directors

(list of board of directors)