Hey there, HTML fans!
Did you know that you can use HTML in your surveys? That’s right–style elements like bold, italics, and underline as well as the ability to hyperlink to outside webpages are right at your fingertips.
For those of you new to HTML, it stands for HyperText Markup Language. This is the language that web pages are written in and consists of a series of tags made up of angle brackets (like these: <html angle brackets>). For our purposes, these tags allow you to have more control over your survey’s look and feel.
So, how can you activate HTML? First, make sure you have one of our pro plans. Next, take a spin through the video below to find out how to flip the switch and enable HTML in your account today!
When HTML is activated, then get started with adding design elements to your surveys and within our Email Invitation collector.
If you’re new to HTML, here are a few hints to get you started:
- To bold a word: Enter the code <b>word to bold</b>
- This code also works for italics: <i>word to italicize</i>
- Or underlining a word: <u>word to underline</u>
Good luck and happy coding!
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