I have not watched Dan’s tutorial on this so some of it is speculation.
Change the colour/style of the heading to black bold, same size. ie. remove the blue underline.
1st thing is to look at how you have set your Page link styles - with nothing selected on the page click the 2nd Tab (paintbrush) of the Page Inspector.
Go down to the Links section - click the disclosure triangle to reveal the settings.
If you have nothing selected in here then links will default to blue underline so change the colours of the 4 states (Normal, Visited, Hover and Active) to the ones you want.
At the right hand of the colour selector you will see a U in the box. One click turns off the underline.
It can be very difficult to see the various states as you go through them - best to watch some linked text as you go through the various stages. (I think there are 3 settings)
Remove the bold style from the content links when the menu expands.
As this is an H3 style it automatically is Bold so you have to edit the style in the Style inspector.
The way I would do it so as to not alter every H3 style in my document would be this.
Style inspector Cog>Edit Styles
In the dialogue that opens choose your H3 from the list in the left column. Go to the bottom of that window where there is another Cog - click that and choose duplicate.
You will now have a duplicate called H3.style
In the name box (top right) change style to something more memorable like accordion.
Then click the Extended button to open another dialogue box. In here click New and add the name/value pair of font-weight/normal
OK the dialogues all the way till you are back out of the style inspector.
Now apply that new style H3.accordion to your content text.
As to an underline the full width of the content box - watch this space.
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