I noiced that my headings that are supposed to be the same size (ie., Heading 1) appear differently inside a section macro... possibly in combination with tip/warn/note macros within the same section.
I created a new page basically like this:
All looked ok.. then I created a section at the top and copied and pasted the headings and other macros above into the section... after pasting, The 2-4th headings were smaller than the first. Then, when I put a new heading1 into the page, it was bigger than even the 1st one. Tried replicating on another page, but doesn't seem to follow a pattern.
Does the CSS specify different values for, say, "wiki-content h1" versus "wiki-content section-type h1"?
Note that the spaces between h1 and the other words in quotes are important. They indicate that h1 is a child of the previous element.
What this might mean is that in one situation, an h1 looks one way. But when embedded within a particular container (or any div that uses the container's id), it might appear another way.
I believe you might be running into a variation of this bug: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-25496
looks like Confluence gets lost when trying to wrap up a heading inside a section macro. I have voted on this bug to increase its popularity, feel free to add yourself as a watcher for future references.
Let's see if someone has found a workaround for that.
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