Is this exactly what you meant?
Yes. That is what I meant.
I also noticed that you're missing a level 4 and 5 heading on the Home page. There is a level 3 heading, "Welcome to the deepest part of the internet" and then the level 6 headings, "The name Brainvoyager", "Influences", "Two requests of me" and "Enjoy & Share!".
To illustrate what I mean see this: http://snag.gy/YVXtn.jpg .
If you're not aware, heading levels should proceed one another without missing levels.
Different heading levels can be used by people with assistive technologies to build up a conceptual model of the webpage. They can see that the content underneath a level 2 heading relates to a level 1 heading, for example.
When there are gaps between heading levels the conceptual model can be disrupted. People can become confused as to why they have suddenly jumped from a level 3 heading onto a level 6. They may think that they have accidentally skipped 2 levels of content.
Try to avoid using gaps between heading levels.
In your case you could not use level 6 headings there and instead use level 4 headings. You may have to rename some CSS selectors to accomplish this.
Alternatively add level a level 4 and 5 heading underneath the "Welcome to the deepest part of the internet" heading.