How to utilize the header dropdown
Sometimes, the content on your page has varying amounts of importance. If you have a title, for example, you want your users to be able to see it easily. While you could just bold the text, using headers is great for optimizing your webpage for search engines.
Step 1: Make text into a header
The header drop-down is found in between the link button and the text formatting removal button:
To make your text into a header, simply highlight the text you want to make into a header and select the header size from the drop-down.
Step 2: Familiarize yourself with header sizes
There are two sizes of headers available: header 3 and header 2. Header 3 is slightly smaller than header 2
Step 3: Avoiding Pitfalls
The header tag transforms the entire paragraph that is highlighted, even if it is partially highlighted. Therefore, your header text must be in its own paragraph or else the entire paragraph will be made into a header. Here is an example of this:
Notice how the first line of the paragraph is highlighted. Here is the result:
As expected, the entire paragraph is now a header. Oops! You can fix this by inserting a carriage return after the text you want as a header.
Then, put your cursor in the paragraph you just made and change the text back to "Normal" in the drop-down box. The paragraph should go back to being normal text, like so: