I have been working with databases and ensuring that my company can have databased entered articles for ease of use. I love using databases and automating much of the website so I don't have to make a new webpage for every new article my company creates.
I encountered a small rendering/html bug :
See a problem? If your a designer or anyone a fan of font. That isn't header 6. It says its header 6 but it isn't, its displaying incorrectly.
When reloading it or when I come back to it after setting the headers to header 6.
This is what happens: it gets caught between what header 6 should look like and what it shouldn't look like. Now, this could be entirely client-side on rendering.
Let us take it to a rich text editor with some basic HTML programming:
In some cases when I am typing information into rich text, and I return to it. The font defaults back to Proxima and oversizes the current text according to some previous discussions and I've seen this happen on other devices for some of my clients: (https://www.wix.com/code/home/forum/community-discussion/database-why-doesn-t-the-rich-text-formatting-hold).
Currently, I try to set it to Avenir but it then resets if I return to it on another device or it displays the titles / text incorrectly on render.
I do have a workaround for people which is a tool that I use to prevent it (now I am not sure if I am allowed to link it but I will do it anyway!): https://html5-editor.net/ or any other HTML editor. The Editor should correctly display what it should look like, just copy the HTML on your rich text editor.
With this, you should be able to just copy the HTML Coding with whatever you write into the HTML Tab. It is a temporary solution if anyone here has been having issues rich text editor in databases. (Please note you still have to select a serif font/san serif / any other font).
If it is possible I would love for there to be a way to expand the box where you type in the text or a way to set the defaults of rich text site-wide.