Headings structure

pavel.travnicek
6 Posts
pavel.travnicek posted this 10 September 2015

Why is the page title defined as h3 and widget title as a h4? It will be much more better, if it will be possible to decide if it will be heading (1-6) or only div (as in Artisteer) because of maintaining the correct heading structure. Or is it possible to change it somewhere? As another major disadvantage I am consideriung, that evrery type of page (page, post, front-page,...) has got its own header and footer. In Artisteer was great, if I wanted to change something in header or footer, I changed only header.php or footer.php and it was done. Now I have to change too many files. I can understand, if homepage is different from oteher sites, but in the remaining cases it is pointless, I think.
Thank you for your opinion.

Why is the page title defined as h3 and widget title as a h4? It will be much more better, if it will be possible to decide if it will be heading (1-6) or only div (as in Artisteer) because of maintaining the correct heading structure. Or is it possible to change it somewhere? As another major disadvantage I am consideriung, that evrery type of page (page, post, front-page,...) has got its own header and footer. In Artisteer was great, if I wanted to change something in header or footer, I changed only header.php or footer.php and it was done. Now I have to change too many files. I can understand, if homepage is different from oteher sites, but in the remaining cases it is pointless, I think. Thank you for your opinion.
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 14 September 2015

Hello Pavel,
as you see currently there's no way to select heading (H1 - H6) for different headers.
Let other Themler users to voter for this feature.

Regards,
Aileen

Hello Pavel, as you see currently there's no way to select heading (H1 - H6) for different headers. Let other Themler users to voter for this feature. Regards, Aileen
pavel.travnicek
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pavel.travnicek posted this 16 September 2015

I'm sorry, but this is not a question of voting. It is question of usability. If website title is h3. If the sitename is h3, where do I put h1 (h1 should be different for each page) and h2, that should be above it? Not always in my text I am using so many headings levels to afford to use h4 as the title of the widget. Of course, I can rewrite the source code, but instead it could be easier to find other solution.

I'm sorry, but this is not a question of voting. It is question of usability. If website title is h3. If the sitename is h3, where do I put h1 (h1 should be different for each page) and h2, that should be above it? Not always in my text I am using so many headings levels to afford to use h4 as the title of the widget. Of course, I can rewrite the source code, but instead it could be easier to find other solution.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 17 September 2015

Hi,

Sorry for the delay.
The "Page title" control (available under Insert section) uses h1. It's different for each page.
The Post/Page title is h2.

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi, Sorry for the delay. The "Page title" control (available under **Insert** section) uses h1. It's different for each page. The Post/Page title is h2. Thank you, Olivia
pavel.travnicek
6 Posts
pavel.travnicek posted this 17 September 2015

Hello,
I think name of the web... :-)

<div class="bd-container-inner">
<h3>
<a href="http://...">Wordpress Sample</a>
</h3>
</div>

Hello, I think name of the web... :-) <div class="bd-container-inner"> <h3> <a href="http://...">Wordpress Sample</a> </h3> </div>
Support Team
Support Team posted this 18 September 2015

Hi,

So, what exactly you need?
If you want to use different heading for Headline you can try the following solution:

  1. Add CMS Code control (available under insert section)
  2. use the following code:
    <h2>
    <a href="<?php echo home_url(); ?>/"><?php echo get_bloginfo('name'); ?></a>
    </h2>

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi, So, what exactly you need? If you want to use different heading for Headline you can try the following solution: 1. Add **CMS Code** control (available under insert section) 2. use the following code: ` <h2> <a href="<?php echo home_url(); ?>/"><?php echo get_bloginfo('name'); ?></a> </h2>` Thank you, Olivia
pavel.travnicek
6 Posts
pavel.travnicek posted this 18 September 2015

Yes, I changed it in code to <div> in source code in all files (it will be better, if there will by only one file with header as in Artisteer), because I thing that in not user friendly. But beginners which are using Themler and don´t know HTML well, will have got the wrong title structure. :-) Please take that as a recommendation to improve Themler.

Yes, I changed it in code to &lt;div&gt; in source code in all files (it will be better, if there will by only one file with header as in Artisteer), because I thing that in not user friendly. But beginners which are using Themler and don&#180;t know HTML well, will have got the wrong title structure. :-) Please take that as a recommendation to improve Themler.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 18 September 2015

Hi,

Unfortunately reverting to the file structure same as the Artisteer has will make the application not so flexible and powerful. That is made to provide a possibility to use different headers and other elements structures and styles on different templates within one theme.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Unfortunately reverting to the file structure same as the Artisteer has will make the application not so flexible and powerful. That is made to provide a possibility to use different headers and other elements structures and styles on different templates within one theme. Sincerely, Hella
pavel.travnicek
6 Posts
pavel.travnicek posted this 18 September 2015

Yes, I understand. That is why I am writing recommendations for subtitles. I think that every user should be able to decide what level of title he/she wants or needs. Websites from Themler are looking pretty. It is a pity that the title settings degrades your platform. Perhaps you correct it in some of the other versions. :-)

Yes, I understand. That is why I am writing recommendations for subtitles. I think that every user should be able to decide what level of title he/she wants or needs. Websites from Themler are looking pretty. It is a pity that the title settings degrades your platform. Perhaps you correct it in some of the other versions. :-)
Support Team
Support Team posted this 18 September 2015

We've added your request to our wish list.

In the meantime instead of editing theme source files you can try using CMS Code control instead of Headline control as suggested above.

Thank you,
Olivia

We've added your request to our wish list. In the meantime instead of editing theme source files you can try using **CMS Code** control instead of **Headline** control as suggested above. Thank you, Olivia
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