How to Use Text Editor on Tilda

Functions, formatting, and settings
Text editor is an important tool when working on the content. In this article, you will learn how to make the most out of text to empower your website.
Adding and editing text

You can add text to your website's blocks in one of two ways: either by opening the Content panel of the block or by clicking on the text directly.
Adding text through the Content panel
Editing text by clicking on a block directly
Formatting text

Just like in other popular text editors, you can format your text on Tilda. You can highlight the key points, emphasize the details, underline what's important, or cross out irrelevant text.

Tilda's text editor allows you to change text color, size, weight, font, alignment, line spacing, and add hyperlinks. All of the above options are available in the text editor pop-up toolbar.
Additionally, you can adjust the size, color, weight, line spacing, and letter spacing in the Settings panel of the block: Settings → Typography
You can use the Settings panel of the block to manually set specific values for the font size, line spacing, indentation between the block's text elements, as well as text color, saturation, and opacity.

If you need to apply a different font to the text in the block, you can do it in the Settings panel of the block. You can choose one of the fonts that you've set in the Site Settings.
When inserting content from a third-party text editor, we strongly recommend that you remove all the styling before you copy it to Tilda to avoid any formatting issues.

Highlight the text you want to copy and click "Clear All Formatting."
Text Editor in Zero Block

When working with Zero Block, you still have the ability to edit text by using the text editor toolbar. Similar to standard blocks, you can adjust the exact parameters you need in the settings of the text element you're working with.

Zero Block allows you to create unique sections for your website and contains a number of advanced settings that help you do so, like the "Spacing" parameter, which allows you to change kerning (spacing between characters). This option is also available in some standard blocks, although we recommend that you use it with caution to avoid incorrect display.
Shortcuts for text editing
Ctrl + B - make text bold

Ctrl + I - make text italic

Ctrl + U - underline text

Ctrl + C - copy text

Ctrl + V - insert text

Ctrl + A - highlight text

Ctrl + X - cut text

Ctrl + Z - undo previous action

Ctrl + delete - delete text to the left

Cmd + B - make text bold

Cmd + I - make text italic

Cmd + U - underline text

Cmd + C - copy text

Cmd + V - insert text

Cmd + A - highlight text

Cmd + X - cut text

Cmd + Z - undo previous action

Cmd + delete - delete text to the left

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