Hi everyone. I have a question about a hub I just published. I used two different fonts on the same hub. Now, I am questioning whether I should have done that or not. Has anyone else ever used different font sizes in one hub?
I used the larger fonts to emphasize a particular area, but I am not sure if it looks spammy?
Any advice would be warmly welcomed.
Personally, I found that it was not too bad with larger font in the body text area. But in the product listings, it gives a rather aggressive impression. Moreover, it seems to detract from the importance of your core text. I would let the reader decide what is important to them, using bold-type conservatively, and a larger font only in a few select places if at all.
I agree with WE-- the large type in the product area makes it look like one big ad.
(I didn't even know we could do this-- is it just bolded?)
Thank you WE and Rochelle,
Your opinions are very helpful and appreciated, I shall revise the hub asap.
I just used Heading 2 instead of paragraph. Thanks again for the tips.
Issue resolved, I changed all the font to paragraph style and I like the look to the hub much better. I am glad that friendly advice about such matters is available on hubpages to people who ask a lot of questions like me
Yes, it looks better. Maybe you could try BF on just the name of each printer and see if you like the look.
Thanks Rochelle and WE, You Rock!
I did Bold the printers as suggested, I like the look of it.
I think it makes the printers easier to find if you just scroll through the article, which I confess I am sometimes a scroller.
Thanks for your help in making my site look a little more professional. It's more fun to learn with the help from some friends.
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