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Styling Rich Text in CMS

Sorry. I found a discussion on the subject, but it has been closed, and I don’t understand how to solve this.
My blog post template contains rich text. From what I gather, you can’t style the rich text element, but you can assign H1, H2, H3… for headers and style them elsewhere.
A few questions:

  1. If the posts is already ready, will the changes in style of H1, H2, H3… will affect the design in the post? I don’t succeed in doing so.
  2. When I style an H1, H2, H3… element, Webflow assign it a class. Isn’t that means I’m styling the class and not the H1, H2, H3… element?
  3. What happens with other elements? Paragraph, text etc. ? Are they styled in CMS just like regular (not CMS) objects?

https://preview.webflow.com/preview/codeocean-blog-7c19bb?preview=f6e7969d662abf6b71a2df8a37f8ee17


Here is my public share link: LINK
(how to access public share link)

See the “styling nested elements” section of this Help Center article: https://help.webflow.com/article/rich-text

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Thanks, jmw. This is helpful.

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