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I noticed that with version 9 the different headings all seem to be rendered the same, as basically a thick bar with the heading name centered.

There no longer seems to be any difference in the size or rendering between the different heading levels and the bar size does not seem to take into account the proximity of any nearby text.  This means it can overlay text that is near the heading.

Is this an bug in the new CSS or just something I need to go play around with myself to try and make the different headings be displayed differently?

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Just to add a further note, I noticed that these changes don't take place when a wiki page is previewed, or in search results.  Just when view a wiki page directly.

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Works for me…





Mention of "proximity of nearby text" implies to me that you may have something more complex going on. I wonder where the heading styles originated (e.g. if copy and pasted from Word, it could well have a lot of junk CSS attached), and also wonder if there is a lot of contextual CSS mixed in given it sounds like you have some floats going on.


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Now I see. Wiki+ pages put the page description in a box, and box headers are styled differently.
As user Comcode is going inside that box, I need to add a layer of disassociation so the headers don't get seen as box headers.

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