In Spectra, the heading block lets you design headings and subheadings that are informative and look great. You can customize them, and add interactive features, and they work well on different devices.
Now, let’s check out the next part of this document to learn more about how the heading block is used and its features.
The Spectra Heading Block is a super handy block for creating content using headings and subheadings.
It doesn’t matter if you’re new to making websites on WordPress or if you’ve done it before – using Spectra’s heading block makes your content look way better and more interesting with lots of easy-to-use, yet powerful customization options.
The Spectra provides stunning options with the Heading Block. You can customize your headings, add a sub-heading, use a separator, and customize them completely.
Here are some important things you can do with the Spectra Heading Block:
- You can easily add main headings, sub-headings, and even links to headings.
- You have the flexibility to align your headings in various ways – left, center, or right.
- You’re in control of the fonts and colors for your headings and sub-headings, giving your content a personalized touch.
- You can add a separator between the main heading and subheadings. Also, you can customize the separator’s height, width, and color options.
- You can manage the spacing between your main heading, sub-heading, and the separator to make everything look just right.
Now that we understand more about why you might want to use a Spectra Heading block, let’s look at how you can create one in a few simple steps.
Note that for this tutorial, we’ll assume you already have Spectra installed and activated on your website.
Once you have Spectra installed on your site, you can simply follow the steps below.
To get started, navigate to the page or post where you want to insert your heading. Then, click on the + icon at the top of the screen.
This will launch the Spectra interface. From the blocks on the left, search for and select the Heading block.
Under the General tab, you can choose alignment for the content i.e., for heading, separator, and subheading.
Under the General tab, you will find an option to set the style for a separator. Under the Style tab, you can set the Width, Thickness, Color, and Bottom Spacing for the separator.
You have the ability to control the spacing between your main heading, subheading, and the separator. To adjust these spacing settings, simply navigate to the Style tab.
Style tab offers options to set a custom font size for the heading and subheading. You can also choose a heading tag for the heading.
When you’re satisfied with the look and contents of your Spectra Heading block, the only thing left to do is to save and publish it.
You can do so by clicking the Publish button at the top right side of the screen.
Then you can preview your page or post on the front end to confirm that it looks as you want it to.
We hope this article has been helpful. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below.