Sorry for the long post but it took me ages to articulate what seems to be a random phenomenon.
I have a dynamic page with three text boxes populated from rich text fields from a database. I add the text box elements to be the same as the ‘theme’ I want, in this case P1 or P2.
In the database, I also set the rich text formats as P1 for one of them and P2 for the other two, the same as on the page. I have a dummy page for testing the readability of the text. When I find a format that seems to work, I save that theme. In the database form, I select the P1 or P2.
Initially, this seemed to work – up to a point. It appears that line spacing is NOT part of the format which gets saved. Also, when I made a change to P2 on my dummy page, expecting it to be applied across the site, it also applied it to the P1 text boxes.
What does ‘theme’ mean? It seems to me it’s like a paragraph style in Word, but is there a relationship between the heading and paragraph styles I’m not understanding?
Here’s a link if you want to have a look:
On pages with 2 columns, the left column should be a sans serif font and the right, a serif (Baskerville Light). The Home page is hard coded, so it works. The Songs and Stories pages are populated from the database.
It also seems that line spacing is NOT part of the theme. I would like spacing of 1.5 as in the non-dynamic home page.
I have read all the support articles I could find on this. It seems like it should be clear but it doesn’t work. I think the Editor is the box that appears when you Edit Text on a text box on a page.
What am I missing?