Text Widget

GENERAL OVERVIEW:
Don’t let the name fool you. The “Text” widget is much more versatile than you might think. Not only can this widget be used for text, but it is also a full on HTML editor which means you can embed videos, images, forms, and do anything else you can do with HTML.

PRO TIP #1: RESPONSIVE IMAGES/VIDEO
To make sure that your images and video scale properly across all devices, you can edit the HTML to make them responsive. To accomplish this, do the following:
1. Click on the “< >” button in the toolbar
2. Find where it says width=”xxx” height=”xxx” (x’s represent numbers)
3. Make it say width=”100%” height=”auto”

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PRO TIP #2: EMBEDDING VIDEO
When adding video to a wysiwyg, it is best to use the embed function by doing the following:
1. Click the “Insert/Edit Video”
2. Choose the “Embed” tab
3. Paste your embed code in this field.
**Once again, you can utilize Pro Tip #1 to ensure proper, responsive scaling across all devices.

PRO TIP #3: EMBEDDING FORMS WITH RESPONSIVENESS
Rather than just linking to forms via a web view (which you can also do), embedding forms is a great way to make the forms available in a native, user friendly manner. When embedding forms into a wysiwyg (such as what exists in the Text widget), simply do the following:
1. Copy the form’s embed code
2. Click the “< >” (aka source code editor) button in the toolbar
3. Paste your embed code into this field.
**If you would like the form to be responsive, you can follow Pro Tip #1 EXCEPT that instead of making the height “auto”, make it something really big like “4000”. This will make sure that the form extends far enough down the page.

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