Definition of Terms

Header: h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6. Header tags are HTML tags that help users and search engines read the flow of content on a page. They are valuable for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) purposes, though can hurt a page if misused. To use correctly consider a table of contents – h1 would be the title of book, h2 would be all the chapters, h3 would be topics within chapters, h4 sub-topics, and so on.

Inherit Styles. This option is turned on by default and simply maintains the theme styles already built into whatever theme you’re using. If deactivated certain theme styles will no longer work and new customization options appear.

Font Size. Available when Inherit Styles is deactivated, this allows you to adjust the font size in pixels (set to 18 by default).

Letter Spacing. Available when Inherit Styles is deactivated, this allows you to place positive or negative spacing between letters (in pixels).

Font Weight. Available when Inherit Styles is deactivated, this allows you to adjust the font weight using CSS commands. It’s set to normal by default, you can change to bold, bolder, lighter and also any numerically (100 – 900 in segments of 100).

Underline. Available when Inherit Styles is deactivated, this option (when checked) adds an underline.

Italic. Available when Inherit Styles is deactivated, this option (when checked) slants or italicizes the text.

Alignment. Available when Inherit Styles is deactivated, this option aligns the text to the left, right, center, or justified.

Inherit Colors. Checked by default, this option maintains the built-in theme colors. If unchecked you can change the color and hover color with the next 2 options.

Color. Available when Inherit Colors is deactivated, this option changes the font’s color (a light blue by default).

Hover Color. Available when Inherit Colors is deactivated, this option changes the font’s color when the mouse hovers over it (an orange by default).

Custom Class. This is a blank field by default and adding any text to it will place a custom class (an HTML attribute) that can be used for styling purposes. If you wish to make multiple classes simply separate them with a space.

Changelog

v1.1.4 (January 30, 2014)

  • Fixed minor syntax error

v1.1.3 (December 10, 2013)

  • Fixed Plist error causing SPARKLE download recognition to fail

v1.1.2 (November 27, 2013)

  • Line-height set to match font size

v1.1.1 (November 25, 2013)

  • Added Letter Spacing Customization Option
  • Fixed Text Align