The heading block allows you to give structure to your page by acting like a title or subtitle for important elements.


Headings in general help search engines understand and index the structure of your page.

Do not use the heading block to make your paragraphs or text seem bold and big. They should be used to highlight important passages in your page.

The heading block is essentially a text block but allows you to specify its importance in the page.

Its importance can easily be described by the Tag property.

There are 6 levels of importance for the heading block: H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, and H6.


The easiest way to add a Heading is through the Cwicly Quick Inserter.

  • Enable the Quick Inserter.

  • Find the Quick Inserter to the left of the editor and click the Heading icon to add a heading.


The Tag property allows you to specify the most important headings as well as the least important headings in the page.

The tag headings are styled globally in the Typography tab within the Global Styles tab.

Always use the H1 tag to mark the most important heading, usually at the top of your page, followed by the lower-level headings such as H2, H3, H4, and so on.

You should not have more that one H1 tag per page.


  • Select a Heading Block.

  • Open the Block Inspector.

  • Navigate to the Primary tab.

  • Open the Typography tab.

  • Find the Tag property.

  • Select desired Tag (H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6).

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