Formatting pages overview

Formatting content pages can be used to create hierarchy amongst headings, organise copy and draw attention to important information.

The Copy field (below) uses a toolbar to simplify the editing process. We’ll step through each icon in the toolbar to examine its function.

Tip! Formatting is per line and can only be applied exclusively. For example the text may be bold but not bold italic

To create bold text, place the cursor at the start of the line you would like to make bold and click the above icon. This will insert the characters =b= which tells the app that the following text on that line is to be displayed as bold text.


To itallicize text, place the cursor at the start of the line you would like to make itallic and click the above icon. This will insert the characters =i= which tells the app that the following text on that line is to be displayed as itallic text.


To add a heading to your copy, place the cursor at the start of the line you would like to display as a heading and click one of the above icons. This will insert the characters =1= to =5=. H1 & H5 are the largest, H2 , 3 & 4 are the same size, however 3 & 4 are a light grey, H4 is centered and H5 is in a coloured box.


Clicking the above icon will insert the characters =q= which will display the following text inside a centered and highlighted box. This is intended to give some prominence to a quote or tag line that you wish to add to your page.

Clicking the above icons will either insert the character * which will display the following text in dot point form or insert the characters *#* which will display the text in numerical points. This is intended to list key points of information or to list an order.

To add a break between texts, photos and links, place the cursor at the start of the line you would like to add a line separator and click the above icon. This will insert the characters ---- which tells the app that to make a line within the text to distinguish itself from another piece of text.

Adding links, inline images and advanced formatting

See other articles in this section for detailed information on adding internal and external links, inline images and advanced formatting options