One word in H1 - h2 - h3 headings bold

Hi
I want to make one word in H1 or H2 headings bolder than the other
Is there a simple way to do it

I want it ot look like this

Is it doable ?

Hello,

Can you please provide a link to that page and specify the heading that you want to change?

Kind Regards, Roman.

Hi
I am trying to make the first word in all the headings h1, h2, h3 thicker

The headings:
WAYAIR FOUNDATION
JAK PRACUJEMY
KRÓTKA HISTORIA
on the home page

heading
O NAS


and so on on every pages.

Hello,

It looks like this issue requires some coding and testing, this goes beyond our support policy. It’s considered advanced customization. As an option, you can contact Codeable for this kind of service, or find a reputable freelancer on Upwork.

Kind Regards, Roman.

Do you think it would be possible by adding the right html code in the text box ?

Yes, actually I think that it might work :slight_smile:

You can try to use something like this in Custom HTML widget:

<div class="panel-grid-cell">
    <h3 class="widget-title">
        <span style="font-weight: bold">Test</span>
        <span style="font-weight: normal"> Title</span>
    </h3>
</div>

Kind Regards, Roman.

It did work I simply add the html to the text box without a widget

<h2 class="widget-title"><span style="font-weight: bold;"><img class="alignnone wp-image-2038" src="http://wayair.com.pl/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/kropki-4.fw_.png" alt="kropki 4.fw" width="48" height="53" /> WAYAIR </span><span style="font-weight: normal;">FOUNDATION</span></h2>

But it makes it as a heading on the center with that red line underneath
I wanted to keep it simple just a h2 or h3 size within the text like here

OK
I have it

<h2><span style="font-weight: bold;"><img class="alignnone wp-image-2038" src="http://wayair.com.pl/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/kropki-4.fw_.png" alt="kropki 4.fw" width="59" height="64" />  WAYAIR </span><span style="font-weight: normal;">FOUNDATION</span></h2>

Makes it how I wanted it

Great! Please feel free to ask any other questions that you might have in future.

Kind Regards, Roman.