What formatting options do I have for my page text?

What You See Is What You Get

WYSIWYG (pronounced wi-zee-wig) is an acronym for What You See Is What You Get. Basically it converts common writing styles into HTML - so you don’t have to learn another language to build web content. This is an example of what a WYSIWYG editor looks like. 

Image showing the WYSIWYG editor

The controls allow you to format your text, create lists, undo/redo changes, etc. If you have ever used Microsoft Word or any other text editor, you should already be familiar with these functions.

Image comparing how the text looks in the CMS and in the website: what you see is what you get

Image comparing how the text looks in the CMS and in the website: what you see is what you get