As you've noticed, when creating the copy for your Content Card, you have a few options to change up the styling in the Body field:

However, you can also change the font styling in the Title field as well using inline HTML styling.

Here is how you can change the font styling with some examples:

The basic structure looks like this:

<span style=".....">Styled Title Text Here</span>

What goes inside the "....." is where the styling fun happens!

Here are examples of styling options you can change:

Size - "font-size:30px;"
Bold -  "font-weight:bold;"
Italics -  "font-style:italic;"
Underline -  "text-decoration:underline;"
Color - "color:blue;" or "color:#000;" 

Here's an example of text styled with a font-size of 30px and bolded:

<span style="font-size:30px;font-weight:bold;">
Before you leave, we have something special for you!

You can also have multiple styling options in one, like this:

<span style="font-size:30px;font-weight:bold;">Before you leave, we have something <span style="font-style:italic;text-decoration:underline">special</span> for you!</span>

Here is what it looks like in the Studio:

You can also add styling to the Action button font: 

<span style="font-weight:bold;">Click Here</span>

To make it even more interesting...

You can add all your text in the Title field and style it to your liking! 

Separate sentences and paragraphs using a break (<br>) tag. 

This is great if you want to have a Title, a Body, as well as smaller texts for your Terms and Conditions.

Here is an example of how this would look:

<span style="font-size:30px;font-weight:bold">Before you leave, we have something <span style="font-style:italic; text-decoration: underline;">special</span>for you!</span><br><br>
<span style="font-size:20px;">See all our special offers and choose your favorite one.<br>
<span style="font-size:10px;">*Terms and Conditions apply, only available this month.</span>

Please reach out to us at if you have any questions, or are interested in more advanced styling options - we'd love to help! :)

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