Two more text customizations that you can use are Cursive, and Double-struck. These can be used to style text for a post or banner, or any content that you want to stand out.

Again, I'm using YayText. These options are found at yaytext.com, in the left sidebar. Simply choose whichever custom style you like, and enter your text into the provided text box where it will be styled for you.

𝓒𝓾𝓻𝓼𝓲𝓿𝓮 Text Customization

Here, you can see there are only two customized options created, and I prefer the second one (Bold script) because it is larger and easier to read.

𝔻𝕠𝕦𝕓𝕝𝕖-𝕤𝕥𝕣𝕦𝕔𝕜 Text Customization

This is one of my favorites. It's eye-catching, and can be used in place of a simple "bold" styling for a little more umph.

This is an outline font style, and it only returns the one option.

You can use any of these styling options, and more, at yaytext.com to copy and paste custom text into any text box that doesn't provide a style toolbar.

This is especially helpful in social media posts.

NOTES:

Variations in the Rendered Text

It's worth mentioning that when you use yaytext.com, you will notice below your chosen style, examples of each text output as rendered using different devices. So, you can check those out before you copy and paste to get a preview of your output.

Not Accepted in all Title Boxes

There are some input boxes that don't accept the copy and paste text. For example, if you try to copy and paste a custom style title for a blog or training here, you will see that when you save, the title will be blank! It disappears! You can use any of the custom styles just fine, though, inside of the content box.

To see examples of Bold, Italics, Bubble, and Square text, see the lessons I created on the previous pages.

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Tirolith Premium
This is great so Cris,
Thank you for your time. Tom.
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cris1018 Premium
Thank you, Tom!
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JoePlale Premium
A Lot of the options don't seem to render on my Android device ??

If someone who is seeing All the goodness on a Desktop or Laptop could also try it on an Android Tablet, and tell the class if it is Platform dependant, or am I just hallucinating .. heh !!

Thnx

Joe
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cris1018 Premium
Hey Joe!
I had only used it from a tablet or desktop prior to writing this, but I just tested it on my Android phone, and it worked fine (?) Definitely not as user friendly trying to use on a phone though. Much faster and easier on a PC.
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JoePlale Premium
hmmm .. that's odd .......
Looking at it, with my "Galaxy Tab-A" Tablet, a couple instance is as seen below (I assume the first text should be in some form of Script/Cursive font, but as you can see, It ain't happening .. lol)

Thnx

Joe
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cris1018 Premium
That is odd! I believed you. I just can't replicate the error on my end!
I did a search though to figure it out, and as it turns out, some devices will render different looks. In fact, on the bottom of each page in YayText, under whichever tool you use, there is a section that shows different possible results depending on the device!
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ShaneLacey Premium
Great post.
One for the tool box.
Regards Shane.
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cris1018 Premium
Thanks, Shane!
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ShihTzuSteve Premium
Thanks for sharing, this look like a useful tool.
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cris1018 Premium
It's super cool! And so easy to use!!!
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MiaL Premium
That's really cool - thanks!
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cris1018 Premium
Glad you like it!
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