Usually I build an extra page with all my Text-Styles of the entire site to have an overview about all the Typography applied.
First i select the
body (all pages) global class and define the font face and other global settings. like also shown in this entertaining blog-post from webflow.
Then i name all elements of the my default richtext field so that no client can break the styling.
So i define
all Headings2 and so on. Like in the Tutorial here
then i give a class to my HTML-Headings in the selector and name them
p for paragraph and so on.
My goal is to be as global as possible.
But now i do have two sets of styles because i applied an all-headings styling first and than a extra heading-naming to all html-headings. when i change those css classes of the html-headings, the richt-text headings remain the same.
Now my big question
Would it be better to just keep the html-tags unstyled and add no css-class to it because the global
all headings of the richttext takes care of the styling – or not?
Thanks for some good discussion.