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I assume you mean a whitespace below it? That is normal behaviour for an h1 tag. A couple options you could use would be to simply style some text the same as your h1 tags and use that. Unless you are familiar with CSS you could write some custom CSS and give the one h1 tag a class that is styled with the custom CSS.
Thanks Brad. That's really helpful. Yes I meant a white space below.
This is my first website so I'm on a bit of a learning curve. I assume that there needs to be an h1 tag on every page, yes? For this particular page, there really could be three h2 tags and no h1 tag. If there does need to be an h1 tag, I will add another title/ more text to the page, but I'd rather not.
Another thing you can do that is so obvious I didn't even think o f it would be to put your h1 content in their own text boxes by themselves then you could really place them anywhere you like.
Brilliant idea! Thanks.