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Introduction

Text type elements contain text which can be formatted using a subset of standard HTML tags and CSS styles, as detailed below.

Format the text using the html property.

Formatting Text

Supported HTML Subset

The supported HTML tags are:

  • <p>
  • <h1>, <h2>, <h3>, <h4>, <h5>, and <h6>
  • <a>
  • <span>
  • <ul>, <ol>, and <li>
  • <br>

Text Theme Translation

Each text theme in the Editor corresponds to a specific set of HTML and CSS attributes:

  • Site Title<h1>
  • Page Title<h2>
  • Huge Heading<h3>
  • Large Heading<h4>
  • Basic Heading<h5>
  • Small Heading<h6>
  • Paragraph 1<p class="p1">
  • Paragraph 2<p> or <p class="p2">
  • Paragraph 3<p class="p3">

Inline Styling

Text elements support inline styling via the <span> HTML element. The element can contain the following attributes:

  • style: For example, <span style="font-size: 1.5em"></span>
  • dir (text direction): For example, <span dir="rtl"></span>

The style attribute supports the following properties:

  • font-face
  • font-size
  • font-weight
  • font-style
  • text-decoration
  • color
  • background-color
  • text-align
  • margin-left
  • text-shadow
  • line-height
  • letter-spacing

Bulleted and Numbered Lists

Text elements can contain bulleted and numbered lists using standard HTML tags:

  • Numbered lists — using <ol> and <li>
  • Bulleted lists — using <ul> and <li>

You can create links using the standard HTML <a> anchor element. Anchor elements support the href and target attributes. For example:

<a href="http://wix.com" target="_blank">Stunning</a>

The href attribute can contain all link types in the Wix link format.

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