MJM> should my HTML heading structures follow a site wide format or a be page
MJM> specific. I have some pages that use 3 heading levels (h1, h2, h3)
MJM> while another only requires 2 (h1, h2) because I use the H2 style w/ a lot
MJM> of bottom padding to split my page into 3 distinct sections it looks rather
MJM> odd when I am using this style on a page with only two headings.
I think <h2> is the most appropriate heading to use in both cases. Why
not just have a separate <h2> class for those pages with only two
headings and define a different (or none) amount of bottom padding for
that <h2> class?
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