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To assist the user in understanding our site's typography, many of the styles have been listed below. Knowledge of three areas may be helpful to the user in navigation of our site: 1) Site Outline Styles, used nearly in every article; 2) Site Message Typography, used to communicate brief messages to users; and 3) Site Graphic Styles, used to note the type of graphic or popup.

Site Outline Style

Outline Level One

I. Outline Level Two.

A. Outline Level Three.

1. Outline Level Four.

Site Message Typography

pArticleListing: Used in bullet form

pAttention Style: This style is intended to notify users of important facts related to a particular page or larger portion of the site.

pAuthor Style: [cf. pBio]

pAward Style: Christian Heritage Fellowship seeks to notify users of materials of particular quality. This style apprises users of this fact.

pBibliography: Breed, David. A History of the Preparation of the World for Christianity. 2nd ed. New York: Revell, 1893.

pBio box style: [cf. pAuthor] On occasion, biographical information of the author or other individual may be higlighted in this style of box.

pBlockquote: The materials related to the history of Christianity are numerous and contain a broad range of subjects. The bibliography provided below is by no means comprehensive, yet it is broad enough for the beginning student of Church history to gain a deep sense of its importance and impact upon the world.

pBullet Style: Often the bullet style is used to list items in articles.

pBullet Gray Style: Like the preceding style, the bullet gray style is used to list items and is another typographical style for our authors.

pBox Style: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam lacus augue, faucibus vel laoreet id, commodo sit amet ipsum. Vestibulum ut eros mi. Nullam consequat luctus orci, vel consequat orci auctor eu. Nunc libero elit, bibendum ut bibendum ut, bibendum in tellus. Aenean turpis est, tristique eleifend consectetur non, ornare viverra eros. Suspendisse viverra aliquam metus, posuere posuere sem egestas a. Ut eleifend massa a sapien bibendum rutrum. Nunc nisi est, euismod ac vestibulum id, ultrices in lectus. Phasellus sem felis, aliquet sit amet dignissim non, elementum sed mi. Proin cursus nibh id lacus ornare imperdiet nec in massa. Proin blandit ipsum a lacus luctus vitae malesuada diam mattis. Nullam at nisi augue. Curabitur at eros sit amet tortor sodales ullamcorper malesuada vel nibh. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Praesent in lacus eget velit mattis rutrum. Sed sed leo a leo ultrices porta eget vitae purus. Nam facilisis neque sed massa vulputate quis condimentum risus luctus. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam eleifend, sapien quis condimentum dictum, arcu odio rutrum urna, ultricies scelerisque elit leo ac magna.

pCalendar Style: This styles calls attention to important dates and events.

pCamera Style: This style is used to refer users to important and relevant graphics or images.

pCart Style: This style notifies the user of the opportunity to purchase a product.

pCaution Message Style: On occasion, attention is given to an important notice or quotation; maybe used with [pFadeOutMessage]

pCenter Message Style: On occasion, attention is given to an important notice or quotation.

pComment Style: On occasion special attention is drawn to an issue with the comment style.

pCredits Style: When attribution for images or videos is necessary, this style is employed to properly credit media.

[PortalPageAdOneB]http://paltip.com/chfwebmaster/!3r4l[PortalPageAdTwo]Lewis, Screwtape Letters.jpg[PortalPageAdThree]pCommercial Style: Commerical items of interest to our readers are interliniated within our articles.[PortalPageAdFour]http://paltip.com/chfwebmaster/!3r4l[PortalPageAdFive]See store advertisement.[PortalPageAdSix]

[pDate]pDate shortcode[pDateInfo]Info[/pDateInfo][/pDate] Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam lacus augue, faucibus vel laoreet id, commodo sit amet ipsum. Vestibulum ut eros mi. Nullam consequat luctus orci, vel consequat orci auctor eu. Nunc libero elit, bibendum ut bibendum ut, bibendum in tellus. Aenean turpis est, tristique eleifend consectetur non, ornare viverra eros. Suspendisse viverra aliquam metus, posuere posuere sem egestas a. Ut eleifend massa a sapien bibendum rutrum. Nunc nisi est, euismod ac vestibulum id, ultrices in lectus. Phasellus sem felis, aliquet sit amet dignissim non, elementum sed mi.

[pDateBlock]pDateBlock shortcode[/pDateBlock] Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam lacus augue, faucibus vel laoreet id, commodo sit amet ipsum. Vestibulum ut eros mi. Nullam consequat luctus orci, vel consequat orci auctor eu. Nunc libero elit, bibendum ut bibendum ut, bibendum in tellus. Aenean turpis est, tristique eleifend consectetur non, ornare viverra eros. Suspendisse viverra aliquam metus, posuere posuere sem egestas a. Ut eleifend massa a sapien bibendum rutrum. Nunc nisi est, euismod ac vestibulum id, ultrices in lectus. Phasellus sem felis, aliquet sit amet dignissim non, elementum sed mi.

pDelegate Style: This particular style is employed most in our church planning articles related to organization of ministry activities.

pDedication Style: This style may be used at the top of an article. It will not be seen in the blog/archive/search/author pages, but will appear in the single post article.

pDoc Style: On occasion, articles refer to documents which are accessible to users. Usually this style employs an hyperlink to that document or documents.

Related Articles

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pDownload Style: Files and documents which may be downloaded may be highlighted in a style box like this. It should be noted that other download modules exist which may facility the user's needs.

pEmail Style: This style is used to facilitate the sending of emails.

pDoc Style: On occasion, articles refer to documents which are accessible to users. Usually this style employs an hyperlink to that document or documents.

Hyperlinks are red. Throughout our site, most (but not all) of our links are red.

Index entries are maroon or deep purple. Some articles have both a table of contents and an index containing the most important terms or concepts within the article. In those articles that have indexes, the term or concept will be identified in the body of the article with maroon lettering.

pImageBorder & pImageBorderCaptionBorder (see Butler styles)

image
Andrews Methodist Episcopal Church, Home church of Ann Maria Reeves Jarvis (West Virginia Division of Tourism; Photographer: Steve Shaluta)

pInfo Style: This style affords authors of articles the opportunity to draw attention to important information which may be useful to the user. Used outside sliding tabs—use pNotes for inside sliding tabs.

pIntro Style: Most articles at Christian Heritage Fellowship begin with a table similar to this one. The font style is papyrus and a graphic is generally employed to the right of the introduction of the article.

pMedia Style: Some of the articles and content at Christian Heritage Fellowship make reference to media. This style is used similarly to the link style above but specifically for reference to media.

pMinistryMoment Style: This styles identifies the "Ministry Moment" resources available through Christian Heritage Fellowship

pNote Style: The note style is employed in variation to the information style cited above.

pPlay Style: On occasion, media files may be referenced within articles or content at Christian Heritage Fellowship. Hyperlinks within this style will play the media.

[learn_more state="open"]Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam lacus augue, faucibus vel laoreet id, commodo sit amet ipsum. Vestibulum ut eros mi. Nullam consequat luctus orci, vel consequat orci auctor eu. Nunc libero elit, bibendum ut bibendum ut, bibendum in tellus. Aenean turpis est, tristique eleifend consectetur non, ornare viverra eros. Suspendisse viverra aliquam metus, posuere posuere sem egestas a. Ut eleifend massa a sapien bibendum rutrum. Nunc nisi est, euismod ac vestibulum id, ultrices in lectus. Phasellus sem felis, aliquet sit amet dignissim non, elementum sed mi. Proin cursus nibh id lacus ornare imperdiet nec in massa. Proin blandit ipsum a lacus luctus vitae malesuada diam mattis. Nullam at nisi augue. Curabitur at eros sit amet tortor sodales ullamcorper malesuada vel nibh. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Praesent in lacus eget velit mattis rutrum. Sed sed leo a leo ultrices porta eget vitae purus. Nam facilisis neque sed massa vulputate quis condimentum risus luctus. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam eleifend, sapien quis condimentum dictum, arcu odio rutrum urna, ultricies scelerisque elit leo ac magna.[/learn_more]

pQuote: Often used for block quote of Scripture and other quotes.

pReadMore Style: The arrow to the left characterizes the "readmore" style throughout our site. It is used to call attention to additional related information within our site or some other location on the internet.

pReference Style: Articles and site content frequently make reference to other sources of information, referring the user to >the original source. The reference style directly refers users to important sources.

pShadow Box Style: The shadow box may have a wide range of use.

pSubscribe: Contains an invitation to subscribe to our newsletter and updates from our site.

pSuccess: Statement concerning a successful operation; maybe used with [pFadeOutMessage]

pTimeline Style (inside hyperlink): To navigate to our timeline on this subject, please click this box.

pVerse: Use for songs and poetry

Clara Tear Williams' Hymn

Satisfied (pVerseTitle)

(div + pVerseCxSpFirst)All my life long I had panted For a drink from some cool spring That I hoped would quench the burning Of the thirst I felt within.
Feeding on the husks around me Till my strength was almost gone, Longed my soul for something better, Only still to hunger on.
Poor I was, and sought for riches, Something that would satisfy; But the dust I gathered round me Only mocked my soul’s sad cry.
Well of water, ever springing, Bread of life, so rich and free, Untold wealth that never faileth, My Redeemer is to me.
Refrain: Hallelujah! I have found Him — Whom my soul so long has craved! Jesus satisfies my longings;

(p + pVerseCxSpLast) Thro’ His blood I now am saved.

(p + pVerseSignature) Clara Tear Williams (1858-1937)[1]

pWarning Box Style: The warning box is used when unusually high levels of caution are necessary.

pWrapper

pAttention Style: This style is intended to notify users of important facts related to a particular page or larger portion of the site.

pAttention Style: This style is intended to notify users of important facts related to a particular page or larger portion of the site.

Site Graphics

[caption id="attachment_1111118888" align="alignright" width="171"]image Mountain Church       Most of our graphics are displayed on the right side of the page and are styled as shown in this illustration. Graphics located on the right side of the articles are usually hyperlinks or, if there is more than one graphic per article, are part of a light-box show.
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How to create a font effects using google web fonts?

Font Effects

font-effect-3D
font-effect-3d-float
font-effect-anaglyph
font-effect-brick-sign
font-effect-canvas-print
font-effect-crackle
font-effect-decaying
font-effect-destruction
font-effect-distressed
font-effect-distressed-wood
font-effect-emboss
font-effect-fire
font-effect-fire-animation
font-effect-fragile
font-effect-grass
font-effect-ice
font-effect-mitosis
font-effect-neon
font-effect-outline
font-effect-Putting-Green
font-effect-Scuffed-Steel
font-effect-shadow-Multiple
font-effect-splintered
font-effect-static
font-effect-stonewash
font-effect-vintage
font-effect-wallpaper

To assist the user in understanding our site’s typography, many of the styles have been listed below. Knowledge of three areas may be helpful to the user in navigation of our site: 1) Site Outline Styles, used nearly in every article; 2) Site Message Typography, used to communicate brief messages to users; and 3) Site Graphic Styles, used to note the type of graphic or popup.

Site Outline Style

Outline Level One

I. Outline Level Two.

A. Outline Level Three.

1. Outline Level Four.

Site Message Typography

pArticleListing: Used in bullet form

pAttention Style: This style is intended to notify users of important facts related to a particular page or larger portion of the site.

pAuthor Style: [cf. pBio]

pAward Style: Christian Heritage Fellowship seeks to notify users of materials of particular quality. This style apprises users of this fact.

pBibliography: Breed, David. A History of the Preparation of the World for Christianity. 2nd ed. New York: Revell, 1893.

pBio box style: [cf. pAuthor] On occasion, biographical information of the author or other individual may be higlighted in this style of box.

pBlockquote: The materials related to the history of Christianity are numerous and contain a broad range of subjects. The bibliography provided below is by no means comprehensive, yet it is broad enough for the beginning student of Church history to gain a deep sense of its importance and impact upon the world.

pBullet Style: Often the bullet style is used to list items in articles.

pBullet Gray Style: Like the preceding style, the bullet gray style is used to list items and is another typographical style for our authors.

pBox Style: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam lacus augue, faucibus vel laoreet id, commodo sit amet ipsum. Vestibulum ut eros mi. Nullam consequat luctus orci, vel consequat orci auctor eu. Nunc libero elit, bibendum ut bibendum ut, bibendum in tellus. Aenean turpis est, tristique eleifend consectetur non, ornare viverra eros. Suspendisse viverra aliquam metus, posuere posuere sem egestas a. Ut eleifend massa a sapien bibendum rutrum. Nunc nisi est, euismod ac vestibulum id, ultrices in lectus. Phasellus sem felis, aliquet sit amet dignissim non, elementum sed mi. Proin cursus nibh id lacus ornare imperdiet nec in massa. Proin blandit ipsum a lacus luctus vitae malesuada diam mattis. Nullam at nisi augue. Curabitur at eros sit amet tortor sodales ullamcorper malesuada vel nibh. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Praesent in lacus eget velit mattis rutrum. Sed sed leo a leo ultrices porta eget vitae purus. Nam facilisis neque sed massa vulputate quis condimentum risus luctus. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam eleifend, sapien quis condimentum dictum, arcu odio rutrum urna, ultricies scelerisque elit leo ac magna.

pCalendar Style: This styles calls attention to important dates and events.

pCamera Style: This style is used to refer users to important and relevant graphics or images.

pCart Style: This style notifies the user of the opportunity to purchase a product.

pCaution Message Style: On occasion, attention is given to an important notice or quotation; maybe used with

pCenter Message Style: On occasion, attention is given to an important notice or quotation.

pComment Style: On occasion special attention is drawn to an issue with the comment style.

pCredits Style: When attribution for images or videos is necessary, this style is employed to properly credit media.

pCommercial Style: Commerical items of interest to our readers are interliniated within our articles.  See store advertisement.
pDate shortcode[pDateInfo]Info[/pDateInfo]
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam lacus augue, faucibus vel laoreet id, commodo sit amet ipsum. Vestibulum ut eros mi. Nullam consequat luctus orci, vel consequat orci auctor eu. Nunc libero elit, bibendum ut bibendum ut, bibendum in tellus. Aenean turpis est, tristique eleifend consectetur non, ornare viverra eros. Suspendisse viverra aliquam metus, posuere posuere sem egestas a. Ut eleifend massa a sapien bibendum rutrum. Nunc nisi est, euismod ac vestibulum id, ultrices in lectus. Phasellus sem felis, aliquet sit amet dignissim non, elementum sed mi.

pDateBlock shortcode
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam lacus augue, faucibus vel laoreet id, commodo sit amet ipsum. Vestibulum ut eros mi. Nullam consequat luctus orci, vel consequat orci auctor eu. Nunc libero elit, bibendum ut bibendum ut, bibendum in tellus. Aenean turpis est, tristique eleifend consectetur non, ornare viverra eros. Suspendisse viverra aliquam metus, posuere posuere sem egestas a. Ut eleifend massa a sapien bibendum rutrum. Nunc nisi est, euismod ac vestibulum id, ultrices in lectus. Phasellus sem felis, aliquet sit amet dignissim non, elementum sed mi.

pDelegate Style: This particular style is employed most in our church planning articles related to organization of ministry activities.

pDedication Style: This style may be used at the top of an article. It will not be seen in the blog/archive/search/author pages, but will appear in the single post article.

pDoc Style: On occasion, articles refer to documents which are accessible to users. Usually this style employs an hyperlink to that document or documents.

Related Articles

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pDownload Style: Files and documents which may be downloaded may be highlighted in a style box like this. It should be noted that other download modules exist which may facility the user’s needs.

pEmail Style: This style is used to facilitate the sending of emails.

pDoc Style: On occasion, articles refer to documents which are accessible to users. Usually this style employs an hyperlink to that document or documents.

Hyperlinks are red. Throughout our site, most (but not all) of our links are red.

Index entries are maroon or deep purple. Some articles have both a table of contents and an index containing the most important terms or concepts within the article. In those articles that have indexes, the term or concept will be identified in the body of the article with maroon lettering.

pImageBorder & pImageBorderCaptionBorder (see Butler styles)

image
Andrews Methodist Episcopal Church, Home church of Ann Maria Reeves Jarvis (West Virginia Division of Tourism; Photographer: Steve Shaluta)

pInfo Style: This style affords authors of articles the opportunity to draw attention to important information which may be useful to the user. Used outside sliding tabs—use pNotes for inside sliding tabs.

pIntro Style: Most articles at Christian Heritage Fellowship begin with a table similar to this one. The font style is papyrus and a graphic is generally employed to the right of the introduction of the article.

pMedia Style: Some of the articles and content at Christian Heritage Fellowship make reference to media. This style is used similarly to the link style above but specifically for reference to media.

pMinistryMoment Style: This styles identifies the “Ministry Moment” resources available through Christian Heritage Fellowship

pNote Style: The note style is employed in variation to the information style cited above.

pPlay Style: On occasion, media files may be referenced within articles or content at Christian Heritage Fellowship. Hyperlinks within this style will play the media.

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Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam lacus augue, faucibus vel laoreet id, commodo sit amet ipsum. Vestibulum ut eros mi. Nullam consequat luctus orci, vel consequat orci auctor eu. Nunc libero elit, bibendum ut bibendum ut, bibendum in tellus. Aenean turpis est, tristique eleifend consectetur non, ornare viverra eros. Suspendisse viverra aliquam metus, posuere posuere sem egestas a. Ut eleifend massa a sapien bibendum rutrum. Nunc nisi est, euismod ac vestibulum id, ultrices in lectus. Phasellus sem felis, aliquet sit amet dignissim non, elementum sed mi. Proin cursus nibh id lacus ornare imperdiet nec in massa. Proin blandit ipsum a lacus luctus vitae malesuada diam mattis. Nullam at nisi augue. Curabitur at eros sit amet tortor sodales ullamcorper malesuada vel nibh. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Praesent in lacus eget velit mattis rutrum. Sed sed leo a leo ultrices porta eget vitae purus. Nam facilisis neque sed massa vulputate quis condimentum risus luctus. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam eleifend, sapien quis condimentum dictum, arcu odio rutrum urna, ultricies scelerisque elit leo ac magna.

pQuote: Often used for block quote of Scripture and other quotes.

pReadMore Style: The arrow to the left characterizes the “readmore” style throughout our site. It is used to call attention to additional related information within our site or some other location on the internet.

pReference Style: Articles and site content frequently make reference to other sources of information, referring the user to >the original source. The reference style directly refers users to important sources.

pShadow Box Style: The shadow box may have a wide range of use.

pSubscribe: Contains an invitation to subscribe to our newsletter and updates from our site.

pSuccess: Statement concerning a successful operation; maybe used with

pTimeline Style (inside hyperlink): To navigate to our timeline on this subject, please click this box.

pVerse: Use for songs and poetry

Clara Tear Williams’ Hymn

Satisfied (pVerseTitle)

(div + pVerseCxSpFirst)All my life long I had panted For a drink from some cool spring That I hoped would quench the burning Of the thirst I felt within.
Feeding on the husks around me Till my strength was almost gone, Longed my soul for something better, Only still to hunger on.
Poor I was, and sought for riches, Something that would satisfy; But the dust I gathered round me Only mocked my soul’s sad cry.
Well of water, ever springing, Bread of life, so rich and free, Untold wealth that never faileth, My Redeemer is to me.
Refrain: Hallelujah! I have found Him — Whom my soul so long has craved! Jesus satisfies my longings;

(p + pVerseCxSpLast) Thro’ His blood I now am saved.

(p + pVerseSignature) Clara Tear Williams (1858-1937)[1]

pWarning Box Style: The warning box is used when unusually high levels of caution are necessary.

pWrapper

pAttention Style: This style is intended to notify users of important facts related to a particular page or larger portion of the site.

pAttention Style: This style is intended to notify users of important facts related to a particular page or larger portion of the site.

Site Graphics

image Mountain Church       Most of our graphics are displayed on the right side of the page and are styled as shown in this illustration. Graphics located on the right side of the articles are usually hyperlinks or, if there is more than one graphic per article, are part of a light-box show.
  Mountain Falls            
Written by Dr. Stephen FlickNumber of posts: 194
Stephen Flick heads Christian Heritage Fellowship, a national organization dedicated to reclaiming America’s Christian Heritage and celebrating the life-changing influence of the Gospel around the world. Concerned with the cultural decay of America, Dr. Flick has sought to provide answers to fellow Christians (and unbelievers) concerning the questions and objections to Christianity often posed by secularists and the irreligious. Dr. Flick is a writer and speaker and has authored numerous articles and books on America’s Christian heritage. He earned his Ph.D. from Drew University in history and Christian theology and has taught at the graduate level as full professor. He has been a licensed minster for nearly forty years and resides in East Tennessee with his wife, Beth. They have two grown, married children and five grandchildren.
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