Subheadings are used for the title of any sub-sections in top-level page sections. Generally, sections of a card use subheadings for their titles
Use to structure content in a card.
Put the merchant first by identifying the problem they face and the component that helps them solve it.
Merchants want to find a particular piece of content quickly.
Subheadings provide visual wayfinding cues in a card or page section so merchants can scan to understand what’s most relevant to them.
- Be used to explain and clearly label logical groups in existing sections of a page
- Not be used without a parent heading
- Not be used in tables or list items, such as for the primary content in a resource list
Subheadings should be:
- Informative and descriptive: they should label the type of content grouped beneath them
- Concise and scannable:
- Use simple, clear language that can be read at a glance
- Keep subheadings to single sentence and avoid using punctuation such as periods, commas, or semicolons
- Write in sentence case (first word capitalized, the rest lowercase)
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