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    dialogics

    Hi

    Is there any other way of changing font size within the RichText aside from using headings? I'm trying to get 2 paragraphs in, each with the option for bold, italic etc, but one in a larger font. It's a very simple thing - I just need 2 style types but I can't work out how to fit them into this system. Thanks

    Tom

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    kieron

    Hi Tom,

    You could apply HTML & CSS to your RichText widget, to separate the two styles. For example:

    <p style="font-size:24px">This text is bigger</p><p>This text is not</p>

    Hope that helps

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    victrim

    Is there a way to just put pictures in my rich text file? So want to let the picture and text dynamic while scrolling.

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    kieron

    Hi victrim,

    You can use HTML in the RichText widget, though this can sometimes cause unexpected errors in the app, or how the page gets rendered. Usually well formatted HTML is OK, though we can't offer support for these issues as this is more advanced use of AppFurnace.

    Saying that, you should be able to use: <img src="content/PATH_TO_IMAGE_FILE" />

    You won't see the image in the Layout tab, but you will when you run the Preview (online or on your device).

    Hope that helps.

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    Clockwork

    in case there's anyone on here looking for how to newline, its using that html syntax of </br>

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    kieron

    Hi Clockwork,

    Thanks for posting - the line break HTML tag is actually <br /> - with the slash trailing at the end of the tag, with a space before it.

    Thanks

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    Clockwork

    huh. 

    Well, </br> also works, guess its as forgiving on the syntax as html

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    lucyswoop

    Hi,

     

    There a way i can create a link to another page in the app within the rich text?

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