Having trouble styling text in the project text editor? Try these tips.
Adding new text on Behance
When adding a new text box to Behance or Prosite, we recommend designating a few different custom styles for your text instead of selecting the styling from the tool bar each time. Making a new style is easy!
First, click the Styles button and then click Edit Styles.
In the Style Editor Popup, select a style you'd like to edit. As you edit the style, you'll see you progress in the text box below.
When you're done editing, click Done. When you're back at the original text box, highlight the text you'd like to change and then select the style. Note: while you can change individual lines of text, single words within that line can't be.
Using copy and paste effectively
Copying and pasting text into a text box will remove most of the formatting to ensure a fresh start for editing. If you're having trouble styling:
- Add new line breaks (using "enter") between paragraphs to split up the text
- Try pasting the text into a plain text editor to remove formatting before copying again to add to Behance
Editing text on an existing project
If you're editing text on an existing project, you may want to try using the "clear styles" button for a fresh start so all the new styles work correctly.