This contains header styles (<H2><H5>), body copy, and bullet styles (standard and numbered).

Do use headers in proper order based on hierarchy (<H2>, <H3>, <H4>, etc.), bullets to help support points within a block of copy.
Don’t use headers in an improper order (<H2> directly under an <H4>), overuse bullets or use them in place of large amounts of copy.

Rich Text/WYSIWYG block editor icon
Rich Text/WYSIWYG block editor icon


Heading 2

Heading 3

Heading 4

Bold, Italics, Strikethrough

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Fusce placerat arcu sapien, suscipit tristique ante consectetur ut. Sed vitae consequat eros. In placerat metus et commodo rhoncus. Nunc tincidunt ex libero, eu posuere lorem iaculis et. Ut sit amet blandit dolor, ut fermentum nunc. Mauris vel euismod tellus, ut gravida massa. Suspendisse eu neque nec elit commodo porta.

Bulleted List

  • one
  • two
    • sub-one
    • sub-two
  • three

Numbered List

  1. one
    1. sub-one
    2. sub-two
  2. two
  3. three


WordPress Block Editor

The default block editor blocks are still available, with some caveats.

Default Bock Caveats

Due to how the CSS is wrapped, not all text is styled the same as what’s in the Rich Text/WYSIYG block. Such as lists

List Example

An ordered list outside of the Rich Text block won’t be styled with numbers or bullets:

  1. one
  2. two
  3. three