The problem I have is I have a system with a few pages, all with slightly different headings.
I have created a new template and CSS with the heading I want for all the pages,
Is there a way of changing all the existing pages so they all match up with the template structure-wise?
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Without seeing your HTML and CSS code, I can only offer a general suggestion.
A well-defined site CSS should be in an external physical file. Within that file you should have rules for the various selector types you plan to use in the site. Example, <h1> <h2> <h3> <p> <table> <form> <ul> <ol> <li> <blockquote> etc...
Put a link on your HTML pages to the external stylesheet.
That way, when you need to make global site changes to a heading, for example, one change to one file is all that is needed.
Does this help?
I have an external CSS set up like you mentioned.
The problem is my understanding of CSS, I now know it holds FORMAT information, not the text itself.
I solved the problem by copy/pasting the code from the template. Any new forms will be created from the template.