We offer the option to add HTML markup to the text. This feature is handy if you want to use HTML styling tricks, such as superscript, in your infographic. We have also included some HTML templates that you can copy and paste into the widget to quickly apply different styling tricks.

This article covers the following topics:

  1. Create Superscript

  2. Create Subscript

  3. Add a block quote

  4. Add bidirectional text

How to use the HTML text widget:

Here are steps you can use to get started with the HTML text widget:

  1. Click the Text drop-down on the left menu. Then, select the HTML widget.

2. A new text box is added to the page, double-click on the text box and a toolbar appears on the right.

3. There are two sections on the toolbar. Under Data, you can add the HTML markup text. Under Settings, you can automatically format the text.

  • Here is an example of how you can add markup text to the Data section:

  • Here is an example of how you can format the text under the Settings section: 

Here are some templates:

Add Superscript:

<p>This is <sup>superscripted</sup> text.</p><br>

Create Subscript:

 <p>This is <sub>subscripted</sub> text.</p><br><br>

Add a block quote:

<p>Here is a block quote:</p>
<blockquote>
This is a block quote is should be indented.
</blockquote><br>

Add bidirectional text:

<bdo dir="rtl">.thgir ot tfel morf nettirw eb lliw txet siht</bdo>
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