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Text Wrapped Around Image (Image Optional)
Below is the standard text element.
There is no title field for this element, but you have access to several layers of heading styles:
: Headings should be used in sequence to help screen readers correctly interpret their heirarchy in the page—i.e., a heading 4 should not follow a heading 2, there should be a heading 3 in between them.
You also have access to a variety of text styling buttons, such as:
- Bold (Pro tip: Do not use bold to act as headers for subsections within your text! Use one of the provided heading styles, as demonstrated above. This improves the readability of your page, both for sighted visitors and for people who are blind and using a screen reader to skim the page by just looking for headers).
There are also some tools to set your text apart / make it stand out, such as:
Quotation style. This is great for a multi-line quote, especially if it's within a fairly long run of text.
- Numbered list (and bulleted list, as displayed above many times). Numbered and un-numbered lists improve readability of your content, so make liberal use of them when applicable!
- Numbered list item 2
- Numbered list item 3
Paragraph indentation. This can be a nice way to visually set apart some text, but without adopting the full-on quotation style shown above. Adding white space to dense text helps your readers.
There are also buttons to add tables or insert links into your text.