Is there a way to italicize a book title in a heading or subheading box on my Hub?
I only see the italics button available in the text box.
click edit to edit the text.
click html on to the very left, next to the scissors icon.
Find the text you want to italicize and surround that text with
whatever you want to italicize
The system wont take greater than signs
less than sign em Greater than sign whatever you want to italicize less than sign slash em greater than sign
When I click edit in the title box, I don't see html as an option.
I am sorry, I misunderstood you. I thought you were trying to change the font in the capsule. I don't see a way to make the hub title italicized.
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