You can format your posts any way you want, but make sure there is some structure for consistency. Section headings, for instance, should have the same heading format, such as Heading 2, while the primary heading is typically Heading 1. In addition, standard paragraph text should have a default format and so should preformatted text and addresses.Remember: the default formats for the various text types depend on your theme. Every theme comes with its own default styling for the types you see in the format drop-down box.
The Remove formatting buttonwork for headings and blockquotes
Highlight your text and click on that button. Your text will now have the default Country Email List formatting of your theme. Note that this button doesn’t work for some formatting types such as blockquotes and headers. There are other formatting buttons that take care of those types. You’re going to have several text types in your document including paragraphs and headings. To change your text type, highlight the text portion you want to modify and click on the format drop-down menu on the extreme left of the editor’s toolbar. Select the format you want and you’re done.
Use the Paragraph type in the drop-down box
Using this route is fast and the visual editor does a good job of preserving much of your formatting from Word—better than standard copy and paste, at least. However, as you’ll soon discover, it is not a flawless job and sometimes you may end up with mangled text. I find that it’s much easier to paste as plain B2B Fax Lead text and then do the formatting inside the visual editor.As we’ve seen or as you’ll see when you experiment with these formatting buttons, the visual editor has weaknesses when it comes to handling formatted text imported from other text editors.