Text Element

  • Save a draft of what you are typing

    Saving your rough drafts of what you are typing in your text editor will help you not lose your work if the power goes out or your computer crashes.  Another good use is if you have something that you need to post, but you want to work on it over a few days, you can click to save a draft and then come back to it later to work on it, and then save it.
  • Adding a table

    Adding a table can help you align text and/or images in an order you would like.  This can also be used to put captions beneath pictures. 

  • Copy HTML widget code to your site

    Go to the page where you want to place your copied HTML code or widget code. Select Settings from the Text element menu. In the bottom left corner of the text editor, press the < > HTML button.

  • How to find a direct link to a file

    There are times you might need to send a direct link to a file on your website to someone via email.  You could right click on the file and click properties, or to get the direct information through your site, follow these instructions.

  • Creating Popup Links with the Text Element

    Sometimes it can be handy to force a user to view a webpage in a window at a specified width and height.  To do this requires the use of a pop-up link.  A pop-up link is a link that, when clicked, opens a new window with the targeted page inside of it.  You can specify many variables about the new window, including setting an exact width and height.
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