Text: Advanced Formatting
This article covers the more advanced text formatting on offer with your Convertri page builder. To access these, go the text editor toolbar seen below and click ‘More’.
The box seen here should appear, giving you access to some of Convertri’s more advanced and specialist text editing options.
- Default Text Styles - The three buttons, ‘P’, ‘H1’ and ‘H2’ refer to the different options you can set for default text styles at page level. If you are unfamiliar with these, click here to be taken to a how-to for default text styles.
- Strikethrough - The next option along, which looks like an ‘S’ with a line through, which allows text to have a line, or strikethrough, through the middle of it.
- Superscript and Subscript - The next two options which look like a ‘x’ are for superscript and subscript. Superscript, the option in the middle, places text above the line level. Subscript, the option on the far right, places the text below the line level.
- Font Weight - The font weight decides how heavy, or thick, the text is. For instance, when bold is selected, this reads ‘Bold’ rather than ‘Normal’ because text which is bold is thicker.
- Line Height - The final option we are going to be talking about in this article is the line height. The higher this number, the further apart your lines will be, as the lines are being made higher. This is good for spacing out text for easy reading.
- Dynamic Text - The dynamic text option at the bottom of this box is explained in a how-to found here.