Check that headers promoted to the same level are internally consistent
Overall this chapter comes through quite nicely, and it offers an interesting case for header promotion.
The only headers this has are 1) a chapter title, and 2) 11 same-level headings in the body of the text.
- The chapter title is bold and centered
- The other headings are bold but not centered
Beyond that, the text is the same as the rest of the content. Word styles don't seem to factor into this one. So, here we have two levels of headers that are different from each other only in that one is centered and one is not. I think this is an important clue that these are different heading levels.
I've just proposed a step to check whether different heading levels are formatted the same, and combine them if they are (#64). The other side of that coin would be a step that ensure that all the headings promoted to the same level are internally consistent on some key criteria, and I think text alignment is one of those points.
What do you think?