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[Bug 12442] I think that for the first level of article h1 {…}, the size should be left as normal. For example, If I start my article immediately after the body then I would put an h1 in with the title of the document on the page, often followed by an h2 with a sub

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Trevor Downs <cyberskull@mac.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Trevor Downs <cyberskull@mac.com> 2011-04-07 00:30:38 UTC ---
A little cleanup of my comment:

I think that for the first level of article h1 {}, the size should be left as
normal. For example, If I start my article immediately after the body then I
would put an h1 in with the title of the document on the page, often followed
by an h2 with a subtitle or author. Since I would be using h2s for the
subsections of the article (h3s for sub-subsections, etc), I would want a
difference in the sizes of the headers to differentiate sections to the reader.

If I had a long document with several articles in it (sequential, not nested) I
think this h1 being the size of an h2 would add confusion to what precisely is
nested.

I should clarify, that I think shrinking an h1 in a nav, section or aside is
fine. But just not in an article.

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