Using the Qwilr editor
If you're new to Qwilr, here's a quick primer on how to format your text in our editor.
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Click on the placeholder and begin typing. Once you have some text in the block, you'll be able to highlight it. That causes the editing toolbar to pop up, and then you'll use it to make changes.
Qwilr has two sizes of heading: H1 (main heading) or H2 (subheading). To make any text into a heading, highlight it and choose either H1 or H2 from the toolbar. Click the heading icon again to change back to body text.
If you want to bold text, highlight it and choose the B option in the toolbar.
If you want to remove the bolding, repeat the process.
If you want to italicize text, highlight it and choose the I option in the toolbar.
To remove those italics, repeat the process.
If you'd like to format text like a quote, highlight that text and choose the ❝ icon. That will add formatting to call attention to your quote. (It's a great way to highlight testimonials from customers!)
Note: You can add different styling to block quotes in the style menu.
You'll be able to add ordered and unordered lists. To add a list, highlight the text you want to listify. In the toolbar, choose the icons for Ordered (numbered) or Unordered (bulleted).
To make a list item into a sub-item, use your Tab key to indent it. To move a sublist item back up a level, hold down your Shift key while tabbing. To completely remove a line item from a list, highlight the line and use your Delete/Backspace key.
Note: You can add different styling to lists in the style menu.
To add a link, highlight the text you want to link and then click on the Link icon in the toolbar. Type in or paste the URL. If you want to add an email link, you'll want to format it as a mailto link. Example: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org .
To remove a link, hover over it to bring up the link toolbar. Then click the Unlink icon.
Note: You can add styling to your links from the style menu.
Formatting text in the Quote Block
Within your Quote Blocks you'll be able to add limited formatting to your text. You can:
- Bold text
- Italicize text
- Change section titles to H2
- Link text
You might find these useful as you're editing.
- Bold: ctrl + b or cmd + b
- Italic: ctrl + i or cmd + i