This section will present all the options available in the text editing panel based on a What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG for short). To use this panel, simply click on any text field in the WebWave - responsive webdesign application without coding.
2. Font size
3. Lines height
5. Fonts styles
6. Block styles
10. Inserting items
12. Show blocks
14. Document source
16. Media Library
Here you can select the font you want to use for the written text. To change the font of the text already written, first select it and then choose a font from the list. The new font will be applied to the entire paragraph. Fonts list is short by default but can be extended by any font downloaded from Google Fonts. Instructions on how to do this can be found here.
Here you can choose the font size, which we use in our text. To change the font size of the text already written, first select it and then choose a new size from the list. The size will be applied to the entire paragraph.
Here you can choose the size of spacing between lines of text. The height of the lines will be applied to the entire paragraph.
Here you can choose the color of the text and its background.
Here you can select one of the four basic font styles, bold, italic, underline and strikethrough.
Allows you to choose from block styles. These styles can be adjusted by clicking the drop down "Text Styles" menu on the right side of the screen. Just click the interesting style and edit it so the entire text on the page with the chosen style will be updated.
Here you can choose how to align text: left, centered, right and justified.
Here you can create bulleted or numbered lists. When you create such lists pressing "Enter" will automatically create another point in the line below. If you want to write the following text normal again, without creating the list, just press "Enter" twice.
Here you can create links leading to anywhere on our website or on the Internet
To add a standard link, select the text and then click the "Insert / edit link" icon. This is the first icon in the box marked with number 9 in the text editor screenshot above. In the window that appears now, you can customize the link. In most cases simply paste the URL and you're done. If necessary, however, we can edit the advanced options:
Internal link, in other words "anchor" works in the same way as links from the numbered list at the top of this article. Clicking the link takes you to a specific location on the page. This is very useful if the page is long and/or has a lot of text. To create the anchor move the cursor to the place where the anchor should lead to and click the flag icon in the box number 9.
In the window that will appear, specify the name of the anchor. After clicking "OK" the red flag icon will appear (it will not be visible after publishing the page). An internal link will lead directly to this place.
The next step is to add to the specified item a link which will lead to the anchor. To do this, select the text, click on the link (the first icon in the box number 9), and select "Link within a page (anchor)." From the drop-down list "By name", select the name of the anchor you created. Click OK and you're done.
You can remove the link by clicking “Remove link” icon in the same box.
In this box you can choose from items that can be inserted into the text:
Clicking this button will clear all text formatting and restore the default settings.
It allows you to view the formatting marks applied by us to paragraph and heading. This is useful to find unwanted “Enters” that break the formatting of the text in paragraphs. It also helps to find different levels of headings, which are difficult to distinguish because of similar format.
It allows you to select one of the available text templates. Selecting"Replace the current content" will adjust the already written text to the template.
It allows you to view the document source where you can freely edit the HTML. For advanced users.
Here you can select the advanced font styles:
That button opens a media library. More about it can be read here.
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