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Customizing your Message

HTML Code

Code Allowed in Opt-In Messages

Code What it does
<strong> Your text here </strong> Bolds your text for additional emphasis

<ul>
<li>list item 1</li>
<li>list item 2</li>
</ul>

Creates a bulleted list of items.  You need both the <ul> and the <li> for the code to render a list.
The code example would render like:

  • list item 1
  • list item 2

<ol>
<li>list item 1</li>
<li>list item 2</li>
</ol>

Creates a numbered list of items. You need both the <ol> and the <li> for the code to render a list.
The code example would render like:

  1. list item 1
  2. list item 2
<br> Creates a line break

Noo ther HTML code is allowed in messages including: underlined text, custom text colors, and resized text.

How to Add Emojis

There are two methods to adding in Emojis to messages:

Easy Method

  1. Open the Emoji Unicode Table and find an emoji you want to use in your message.
  2. Highlight the emoji with your mouse.
  3. Copy the icon you want to use and paste it into your message's title or body content. Your emoji should immediately display.
  4. Continue your message and Save.

More DIfficult Method

  1. Open the Emoji Unicode Table and select an emoji you want to use in your message
  2. Look at the Unicode column of the table. Copy the code and paste it into your message
  3. Replace the U+ of the Unicode to &#x
  4. Add a ; at the end of the Unicode
  5. Save your message and preview it. Your emoji should now show.
Code Examples
Rendered View Code View
😻  &#x1F63B;
✨🏫 &#x2728;&#x1f3eb;

Fall is almost here!

🍂 😻 🎓

 <p>Fall is almost here!</p>

&#x1f343; &#x1F63B; &#x2728; &#x1f393;