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Well, the consideration was

haukex: Edit: s/h1/b/g (2019-12-22 07:09:13) 1/14/0

nothing else, especially no mention of "Updating the HTML tags to modern use"

I'm also pretty sure that we have help pages discouraging the use from h1 to h4 because they render extremely here.

Anyway I was always an advocate of better CSS settings in the monastery.

I adjusted them for me in a way that h1 doesn't bother me anymore.

update

I concur with jdporter that this is not a big drama, no matter what this ano-monk tries to pull out of it.

Cheers Rolf
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