Things I have tried
I have searched online (this forum as well) and looked for guides but none of them seem to be having the problem I am having.
What I’m trying to do
I’m trying to write between the headers. Right now, when I write under a heading, be it 1-2-3, everything I write after it gets folded in to whatever is above that line of writing.
Folded HEADING 1
(I write something here)
When I open and close the HEADING 1, the writing gets sucked up to the HEADING 1. This means I currently can’t write anything between folded headings.
Not sure if this is a bug or I’m completely missing something.
This is how folded headings are supposed to work. I’m sorry that they don’t work in the way you expected. You can write between folded headers, but in a slightly different way than you are expecting. This is because everything that is “smaller” than an element is supposed to be encapsulated in it. If something is of equal importance, it will not be folded under the other element that it is equal to. Here’s an example:
Everything here will get folded into unless it is of equal “importance” (another h1 element).
This is supposed to be a subtopic of
Big Idea. If you fold this, everything under will fold until there is something of equal (h2) or bigger importance (h1).
Smaller Idea 2
This is another subtopic of
Big Idea, but separate from
Smaller Idea. It will get folded under the h1 element because it is a subtopic, but it will not get folder if you just fold
Smaller Idea because it is of equal importance.
Even smaller idea
This is a subtopic of
Smaller Idea 2. It will get folded under
Big Idea and
Smaller Idea 2 because it is a subtopic of those elements. Since it’s not a subtopic of
Smaller Idea, it will not get folded under it. Things that are under this and are bigger (h1, h2) or equal (h3) will not be folded if you just fold this element. Smaller elements (h4, h5, h6) will be folded.
I hope this helps! If you’re not familiar with HTML, headings can be confusing. The “Nesting” example on this page might be helpful if you are still confused: