How do I create a two line heading?

The first line with h2 font, and a second line (that's underneath the first line and in a smaller font size) that is still above the h2. header line? Is this possible? See below.

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Hi Ray, i dont quite understand the " that is still above the h2. header line?" part of that. In general, however, the markup "h2" is a content classification, not a layout-tool. Is the second line part of the headline ? Or is it an additional info. So much for the "basics".

As solution - you might get further with {include-page} or {excerpt-include}, exporting the "(optional" Text as "Standardshnippet" and including it. Good luck experimenting.

Josch

Or directly use the {html} macro and stuff in whatever raw html you would like to use.

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I added a panel under the heading as an alternative.

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Also, there's the simple line break trick:

Shift+Enter (equivalent to <br> in HTML or a soft paragraph break in Word.

Maybe that's not what you are looking for, but thought I'd mention it.

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