Best Answer Rob , 17 December 2012 - 12:13 AM
This is one of those topics where it's going to take a good bit of work. Yes, you can achieve your goal. CSS and editing a cloned section are really the ways to do this, I think.
About the cloned section, this is really going to take one of our pros, since we're talking about editing the loop; something I'm not skilled to do. I know though, that this can be achieved.
Tweaking the padding and margins may get you part of the way to your goal, but I suspect that the creation of a unique class, applied to things you're adding inside the post should work. The post headings are the ones that really need the majority of the work, if I read your request correctly.
I should point out that Google and other search engines don't really like extra H tags inside posts or even on a page, particularly H1. See http://www.jm-seo.or.../20110303d.html and http://productforums...ers/KXDWYobW7kY
So inside posts, as I mentioned, create a unique class and use font size, rather than H tags to achieve the visual look you desire. That would also eliminate the issue of the margins and padding around H tags that you don't want.Go to the full post