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Change the title of the faq article in the module from h3 to h2

1 year 1 month ago #25008 by aspergerway
I created an article with an ifaq mosule inside.
I linked this article to a menu item.
The article is called faq so the menu item.
So the word FAQ is in H1
Immediately afterwards there are the faqs, and therefore the questions (which are the words of the articles I use as faq) I want them to be in h2 and not in h3 as they are now.
How can I do?

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1 year 1 month ago #25009 by support
Dear aspergerway,

Please go to Components -> iFAQ, click on the Options button and under the "Slider" tab set Header Tag to H2.

Best regards,
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1 year 1 month ago #25010 by aspergerway

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