Or make it the only option.
If callouts are going to be used for section headers then centering looks a lot better.
Or devise a section header capsule.
I can't be the only one appalled by the aesthetics (or maybe I am, lol).
I may be wrong, but doesn't the title in the callout capsule centre already? It's the bottom section that doesn't centre.
Sorry, I forgot the colorbox thing centres. The classic does not. So, I am talking about the classic, only.
Also the colorbox paragraph text is weird (shimmers) and the H2 headers are just too big in both.
I reckon a purpose made section header would be better. What are the chances, lol.
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