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Rich Text v2 - "default view" & no custom class

It will use the default settings of Rich Text and will have descriptive and contextual information. For example: Love them or hate them, foxes can be a nuisance sometimes – going through the rubbish, scaring the cat, even attacking small animals if you have them. So, if you’re wondering how to keep foxes out of your garden, we can help. Here are our top five effective, humane fox deterrent tips.

Rich Text v2 - "default view" & "tips" custom class

This can be Un-ordered lists or Ordered lists. And could be split differently. 

They will use the bullet points or numbered list features in Rich Text

  • Simpler interface for users
  • Quicker conversion for scale of existing articles
  • May not have the same strict structure
  • Less easy to distinguish between the two.

Rich Text v2 - "default" view & "steps" custom class

This can be Un-ordered lists or Ordered lists. And could be split differently. 

They will use the bullet points or numbered list features in Rich Text

  1. Simpler interface for users
  2. Quicker conversion for scale of existing articles
  3. May not have the same strict structure
  4. Less easy to distinguish between the two.

Ordered List - Ordered Steps

Used to show ordered listing in a structured way

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    Everything is seprated into separate fields

  • 2

    Lower margin of error or style variation

  • 3

    Slower to author and convert from exisitng content

Ordered List - Bullet/Unordered Steps

Used to show bullet points in no particular order

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    Lower margin for error with smaller chance of style variations

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    Slower to author and requires another component

How to Bathe a Baby

When bath day does come around, here are some tips to help you take care of your baby’s delicate skin while bathing them.

1) Water temperature

Fill a baby bath or clean washing-up bowl with a few inches of warm water. The water shouldn’t feel hot or cold – it should be comfortably warm. To check the temperature, dip your elbow in the water. You should also swirl the water around with your hand so there are no hot spots.

 

2) Bathing your baby

Carefully place your baby in the tub using one arm or a bath chair or support to support their back, head, and neck. Always keep the support in place during the bath and never leave them alone in the tub. Gently wash their face using clean, warm water and cotton wool. Use a fresh cotton wool ball for each eye and wipe from the inside corner of the eye outward. Then move on to the body and gently swish warm water over them while supporting their head. Lastly, carefully wash their bottom and genitals.

3) Do I need to use baby bath products?

Plain water is all that is needed to bathe your baby with in the first month. After then you may want to opt for a gentle baby bath product, like Neutral 0% Baby Bath & Wash. A mild wash gel like this is specially designed for sensitive skin and is gentle enough for everyday use. It contains no perfumes or colorants that may cause skin irritations so you can trust that Neutral 0% will help you take care of your baby’s delicate skin.

Rich Text v2 - "type A" & no custom class

This uses Type A css style class and no custom class.

This would be a top tip or a recommendation. It could be split between the two different messaging or left as postive and a warning 

Rich Text v2 - "type A" & "text-warning" custom class

 

This uses Type A css style class and "text-warning" as a custom style class