This area is for the introduction to your page.

Use it to introduce yourself or your idea, and don’t forget to add keywords!

Add emphasis with italics or bolding, or include a handy dandy internal link to help build authority and promote your site.

H2: Subheadings for Sections

H2 headings are used to divide your content into sections or subsections. They provide structure to your page and help readers navigate through your content.

Use H2 headings to introduce new topics or ideas within the broader context of your H1 heading.

Note: the title (Style) is already set as an H1, and it should be the only H1 heading on the page.

H3: Subsections within Sections

H3 headings further break down the content under H2 headings.

They are useful for organizing content hierarchically and providing additional detail within specific sections.

Use H3 headings to create a clear and logical flow of information within your page.

H4: Subsections of Subsections

H4 headings are less commonly used but can be helpful for providing further clarity within subsections of your content.

However, be cautious not to overuse them, as too many heading levels can make your page appear cluttered and difficult to read.


Lists are a great way to make content more readable. And they’re ideal for breaking information into concise points.

When it comes to lists, you have 2 choices:

Unordered Lists (UL): Bulleted Information

Unordered lists are used for presenting non-sequential information or items without any particular order.

Think recipe ingredients or key facts about your topic.

Use unordered lists when talking about:

  • Product features - bolding the key piece of information helps with readability
  • Benefits - keep bullets short and to the point
  • Ingredients
  • Facts

Ordered Lists (OL): Sequential Information

Ordered lists are perfect for presenting information in a sequential or chronological order.

Think how-to steps, intructions or timelines.

For example:

  1. Sign up to RetroStack
  2. Pick a template
  3. Add content
  4. Publish your new site

Blockquote: Highlighting Key Text

Block quotes are designed to emphasize important quotes, testimonials, or excerpts from your content.

Use them to draw attention to impactful statements or to break up the monotony of text. Ensure that the quoted text stands out visually and aligns with the overall message of your page.

Single Images: Visual Impact

Single images are powerful tools for conveying messages or capturing attention. Use them strategically to complement your content, break up text, or illustrate key points.

Make sure your chosen images are high-quality, relevant to your content, and optimized for web viewing.

Alt text describes the image

Galleries: Showcasing Multiple Images

Galleries are ideal for showcasing multiple images in a visually appealing manner. Use them to create slideshows, portfolios, or galleries of product images.

YouTube Video: Visual Storytelling

YouTube videos are ideal for visual storytelling and conveying complex information.

Embed relevant videos to complement your content, provide demonstrations, or offer additional context.

Ensure that the videos you choose are high-quality, relevant to your topic, and enhance the user experience.

TikTok Video: Engaging Short Form Content

TikTok videos are popular for their short-form, engaging content.

Embed TikTok videos to add a playful or interactive element to your web pages. Use them to showcase behind-the-scenes footage, user-generated content, or quick tutorials.

Recipe: Step-by-Step Instructions

Use this pre-made recipe block for sharing cooking instructions, ingredient lists, and serving suggestions.

Shortbread recipe

Prep time:
15 min
Cook time:
20 min
250 kcal
Mince pies are a traditional British Christmas dessert. Featuring buttery, crumbly pastry and a uniquely spiced filling, they’re pretty hard to resist. 


  • 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, at room temperature
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar (also known as confectioners' sugar, for a fine texture)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (for added flavor)
  • 2 cups all-purpose flour (for structure)
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt (to balance the sweetness)


  1. Cream the Butter and Sugar: In a large mixing bowl, use an electric mixer to cream together the room temperature butter and powdered sugar until light and fluffy, about 3-4 minutes. Add the vanilla extract and mix until combined.
  2. Combine Dry Ingredients: In a separate bowl, whisk together the all-purpose flour and salt.
  3. Form the Dough: Gradually add the dry ingredients to the butter mixture, mixing on low speed until just combined. The dough should come together but still be somewhat crumbly.
  4. Knead the Dough: Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured surface and gently knead it a few times until it forms a cohesive ball. Be careful not to overwork the dough to keep the shortbread tender.
  5. Preheat Oven: Preheat your oven to 325°F (160°C). Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  6. Shape the Shortbread: Roll the dough out to about 1/2 inch thickness. You can either cut the dough into traditional rectangles or use cookie cutters for different shapes. Prick each piece all over with a fork to prevent puffing during baking.
  7. Chill: Place the shaped dough on the prepared baking sheet and chill in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes. This helps the shortbread maintain its shape during baking.
  8. Bake: Bake in the preheated oven for 18-20 minutes, or until the edges are just starting to turn golden. The shortbread should remain fairly pale.
  9. Cool: Allow the shortbread to cool on the baking sheet for about 10 minutes, then transfer to a wire rack to cool completely.
This shortbread recipe emphasizes the rich, buttery flavor that shortbread is known for, with a delicate, melt-in-your-mouth texture. Enjoy the simplicity of this classic treat, or feel free to add your own twist with ingredients like lemon zest, chocolate chips, or nuts mixed into the dough.