HTML Fields are useful for a number of occasions. Although it is designed for mostly text formatting, you can theoretically use it just like any word processing program.
Tip: See also, Basic Field Settings.
Field Creation Form Settings
Content Entry Form
Default Liquid Code
The Edit Code section allows a user to edit how a field prints or functions. The default code for this type of field is found below.
For more information about code customization and the code editor itself, visit our Guide to the Snippet Editor.
You can use the HTML field like a basic word processor. Styling features include the ability to bold, underline or italicize text, as well as align to the left, right, or center. You can also create a table, add pictures via an existing URL, create quote blocks and even edit the source HTML code.