Features

  • Set alignment of paragraph text
  • Style paragraph using preset or custom colors
  • Boost your type size using the Lead setting

Example

Lead Text

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, sapien platea morbi dolor lacus nunc, nunc ullamcorper. Felis aliquet egestas vitae, nibh ante quis quis dolor sed mauris. Erat lectus sem ut lobortis, adipiscing ligula eleifend, sodales fringilla mattis dui nullam. Ac massa aliquet.


Normal Text

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, sapien platea morbi dolor lacus nunc, nunc ullamcorper. Felis aliquet egestas vitae, nibh ante quis quis dolor sed mauris. Erat lectus sem ut lobortis, adipiscing ligula eleifend, sodales fringilla mattis dui nullam. Ac massa aliquet.


Using Paragraph

General

Font Size
Choose to use the pre-defined text size, set as the Base Font size in the Control Center stack, or to use one of several pre-defined font sizes.

Lead Paragraph

Allows you to supersize your paragraph’s text to create nice lead-in display type for your content.

Remove Base Margin
Allows you to disable the preset standard spacing that is applied to the bottom of the Paragraph stack.

Style

Paragraph Style
Use one of Foundry’s built-in color swatch presets or choose your own custom color for your paragraph text. Using the custom color picker you can set the color for the text, as well as links within your paragraph.

Alignment

Allows you to set the justification of your Paragraph stack. You can set the alignment to Left, Center or Right.


Paragraph Extras

Advanced Features

Foundry includes some inline text elements for advanced users. You can use some simple HTML markup to add a little extra formatting to your text in the paragraph stack. Here are some of those formatting options:

Highlighted Text

You can use the <mark></mark> code snippet to highlight text within your paragraph. Here you can see we’ve highlighted a bit of text within this sentence using the following snippet:

Here you can see we’ve <mark>highlighted</mark> a bit of text within this sentence...


Keyboard Combinations

When trying to indicate to your visitor a keyboard key, or combination of keys, to press you can use a simple snippet to highlight those keys and make them stand out. If we want to tell a user to press CMD + C to copy a piece of text, we could use this code snippet:

To copy some text press <kbd>CMD</kbd> + <kbd>C</kbd> and it will be saved to your computer’s clipboard.

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