Stylize your booking page and emails

Use our Markdown toolbar to add style to your text on your booking form and confirmation emails. 

In this article:

Add bold text
Add italics
Add hyperlinks
Add shorthand codes
Other Markdown shortcuts

Add bold text

Highlight the text you want to show in bold and click the B in the toolbar to make the text bold.

You can also add double asterisks around the text to make the text bold, ie **This text is bold.**

Add italics

Highlight the text you want italicized, and click the I in the toolbar to make that text italicized.

You can also add single asterisks around the text to make the text italic, ie *This text is italic.*

Click the link symbol in the toolbar to add a hyperlink. Enter the text you want to be clickable, and the URL, then click Insert link.

You can also use the formatting [your text]( to make text a clickable link. 

Add shorthand codes

Use the curly brackets { } in the toolbar to access a list of default shorthand codes, as well as any shorthand codes you've assigned to questions on your booking form. These can be inserted to customize your text to the booker.

Other Markdown shortcuts

Add Headings

Another common use of Markdown is to create different heading sizes on a page. This helps to break up content and make it easier for visitors to read. You can do this simply by using # before a word or sentence to set it's size. There should be a space between the # and the first word. For example:

### Heading 3

## Heading 2

# Heading 1

Add images to your booking page

You can add images that are hosted somewhere else with this formatting:


Where the link in the round brackets is where is where your image is hosted. This can be used to add images to your header/footer, booking form, or in your confirmation emails. 

Make an image clickable

You can make an image that is hosted somewhere is linked to an external URL with this nested formatting:


If you've uploaded a picture under General, you can make that image clickable in other parts of the booking page using the shorthand code {LOGO}.