With the addition of the Rich Text Control, your Multiple Lines of Text field can make a lot more sense than before.
Your usual control for Multiple Lines of Text looks like this
Rich Text Control
Now, you can turn this into a Rich Text Editor
Here’s how you do it –
- Go to the Multiple Lines of Text field, in this case, Description field.
select the inner control and click on Properties
- Now, look for Controls tab and click on Add Control as shown below
- Look for Rich Text Editor Control
- Make sure you select the new Control on all formats (or wherever you want to apply)
- Once you apply changes and publish, the new Control will be available for you to use.
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