When updating the content on your project's language settings page, you'll see that some fields are stored as HTML.

For example, the report intro is:

<h1>Your results</h1><p>This report brings together feedback given  by:</p>

We use HTML to provide more flexibility for how the content is displayed.

In this example above, "Your results" is displayed as a header, and "This report brings together feedback given by" is displayed as a paragraph:

When updating content that includes HTML, it's important not to break the HTML. For example, by starting a paragraph with <p>, but not ending it with </p>. The easiest way to avoid breaking the HTML is to only update the content inside these tags.

If you're familiar with HTML, then you can go ahead and make more advanced updates. The following tags are supported:

  • Header 1: <h1>Text</h1>

  • Header 2: <h2>Text</h2>

  • Header 3: <h3>Text</h3>

  • Paragraph: <p>Paragraph</p>

  • Italic ("emphasized") text: <em>Text</em>

  • Bold text: <strong>Text</strong>

  • Underlined text: <u>Text</u>

  • Small text: <small>Small</small>

  • Link: <a href="url">link</a>

  • Line break: <br>

  • Image: <img src="url" alt="Image description" />

  • Unordered list (with bullets): <ul><li>List item 1</li><li>List item 2</li></ul>

  • Ordered list (with numbers): <ol><li>List item 1</li><li>List item 2</li></ol>

If you're not familiar with HTML, or if you need further help, then get in touch — we'll be happy to help!

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