Most design elements on the website are governed by a set of rules called a style sheet. Web browsers use a website’s style sheet to format text (color, alignment, text weight, etc.), position elements (align images, text boxes), and even hide and show elements based on user interactions. Some style sheets are hard-coded (typed into a digital file stored on the server) while others (like the style sheets this website uses) are dynamically-generated (built from theme settings saved on the website database). When editing your page, please be aware that the Edit Page screen of the Content Management System (CMS) will reflect some basic formatting, but the final format will only be visible on a Preview Page or the Live Page.