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I feel that the h2-headings with their CSS properties make them stand out a little bit too much in questions and answers. Many users seem to prefer using bold text for headings – possibly because the current h2-headings look too big. Could something be done to make it feel more acceptable to layout the structure of a post using headings instead of bolded text headings?

There's also a bit more specific discussion going into the subject of heading sizes.

Possible solutions

I played around with the margin-bottom property, and a value of 0.5em somehow looked more right from my point of view – at least on my own questions and answers, which try to conform heavily on the semantically correct use of heading tags.

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So use h3 instead? – Ryan O'Hara Aug 17 '13 at 17:16
Your "possible solutions" seems to make this a duplicate of this: Can we balance the whitespace above/below headings? (which I strongly support). – Cody Gray Aug 18 '13 at 8:45

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