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    Dear Enfold.

    We are using a table of contents plugin along with the content element magazine on our page, but, the magazine headings are in h3, so it appears in the table of contents if I don’t exclude the h3 tag from the table of contents. However, I would like to also include the h3 tag without having the included blog posts titles from the magazine within the table of contents.

    Please is there a way to change the magazine heading into h4, but keep the styling (including the size of fonts) the same?


    Hey agiledynamicss,

    Thank you for the inquiry.

    You can use the following filter in the functions.php file to change the heading to h4.

    function avf_avf_customize_heading_settings_mod( array $args, $context, array $extra_args = array()) {
      if( $context == 'avia_magazine' ){
        $args['heading'] = 'h4';              
      return $args;
    add_filter( 'avf_customize_heading_settings', 'avf_avf_customize_heading_settings_mod', 10, 3 );

    You may need to insert additional css code or apply the previous css from the h3 tag to keep the style of the heading.

    Best regards,


    Thank you very much!

    Will we have to do this every time we update the theme?



    Thanks for the update. If you are not running a child theme, then please install that first:, then add the function which Ismael posted in the functions.php file in your child theme.

    Best regards,

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