The creators of each site design specified a default text style for that design, picking fonts, formats, text sizes, and colors they thought looked best with that design. You can, of course, change the text any way you like with your editing toolbar give the text a new color or make it bold, for example.
If you decide you don't like the changes you made to the look of your text, you can use your editing toolbar to return the text to the default text style. To undo your changes, select the text, then follow these instructions:
|style||Choose the original style from the Font Style menu. (Plain text uses the style Paragraph, for example.)|
|format||Click the same button you used to apply your formatting. For example, if your text is bold, just click the bold button Bold button again to change back to plain text.|
|size||Choose the very first option (Size) in the Size menu.|
|font||Choose the very first option (Font) in the Copy menu.|
If you have trouble using the editing toolbar to revert your changes, you can always simply delete and retype your text. Be sure to choose the appropriate style from the Font Style menu Paragraph for your page text, and Paragraph Title for subheadings, for example.
YSS Font Style Pull-Down Menu
Note: Unfortunately, your editing toolbar does not offer a foolproof way to reapply default text color. Some designs use nonstandard colors that cannot be replicated by choosing a new color from the Color menu. To return this text to its default color, you may need to delete and retype the text.