trying out RapidWeaver for the first time (deciding whether to buy it). I used to do all my HTML by hand, but a recent mishap took my sites with it, so I decided it would be nice if I could just click together my new site. So I took two of my old articles and pasted them into RapidWeaver and they look bad.
If you look at the page RapidWeaver generated:
you’ll notice that the first headline, “the past”, correctly has a gap between it and the preceding image. Subsequent headlines (even though they’re all styled as “Heading 2” are bunched up against the bottom of the previous paragraph.
Apart from a few changed colors and image files I dropped into RapidWeaver’s UI, this is the default theme I get when I create a new project. Surely that isn’t intended to look this bad?
Is there a trick to applying styles to text? I tried leaving empty lines, but it doesn’t help.
Do I have to edit the CSS to fix this (I thought RapidWeaver would let me get away from that)?
Thanks for any help,