lucy24 - 4:23 pm on Sep 26, 2011 (gmt 0)
And I can't seem to increase the size of the <H1> text to run across the full length of the article. Why not?
I don't know either. But maybe if you posted your CSS for <h1> someone could take a guess. If it's fixed text intended to fit a fixed size (the width of the image) you might get away with setting a size in pixels (not points). You'd have to constrain the font family pretty closely, though, since font-size goes by height, not width.
Are all those separate spans intended to be paragraphs? Why don't you wrap them all in a single div with font size set to taste? Percentages are more reliable. Absolute sizes ("medium", "large" etc.) are subject to UA interpretation.
And what on earth is all that business in square brackets? Are you in the middle of converting from some other format?
OT: is your content aimed strictly at British readers? Americans have no idea what "en suite" means. (But would be shocked at its absence in anything professing even one star, so maybe it doesn't matter.)