The html markup are visible when i save my my quote/invoice. I have uploaded a picture of how it was previously and how it is currently. Please assist.
Markdown support has been removed because for many users it was causing issues.
Instead of Markdown, you can use HTML.
To make text italic, use
To make text bold, use
I have changed it accordingly, please see below:
<b>Notes</b> <i>Banking Details<i> Bank Name: First National Bank Account Number: 62536667861 Bank Branch Code: 250-655 Reference: Invoice number <b>Unless prior arrangements have been agreed upon by both parties reduced in writing, interest at 14% will be charged on all overdue accounts!</b> <i>Thank you for your business.<i>
When i enter it into the notes field, and select ‘set as default’, only ‘Notes’, appear after updating it.
Not sure what you mean but “set default” option is only for newly created invoices. It won’t retrospectively change the old ones.
I am creating a new invoice, when i select customer, below is what is shown in the notes field:
Then i entered the info using html:
When i select on set default, this is what appears:
Thereafter, i entered the info on there as well, and clicked on update and i get the ffg. screen:
- Enter default notes to
Notesfield and click
All new sales invoices now will have those default notes pre-filled.
I tried that now, but it still only shows the word ‘notes’
OK, the issue is that Manager won’t accept invalid HTML.
In your case, look at the second line, it’s:
but it should be:
Thank you, i have amended the notes, however, the lines that i want to be italic don’t appear when i update:
Paste here again HTML markup you are using.
<b>Notes</b> <i>Banking Details</i> Bank Name: First National Bank Account Number: 62536667861 Branch Code: 250-655 Reference: Invoice Number <b>Unless Prior Arrangements Have Been Agreed Upon By Both Parties Reduced In Writing, Interest At 14% Will Be Charged On All Overdue Account!</b> <i>Thank You For Your Business.</i>
I just realized
<i> is not supported. I will fix it but in the meantime, you can use
<em> tag instead which will achieve the same result.
<b>Notes</b> <em>Banking Details</em> Bank Name: First National Bank Account Number: 62536667861 Branch Code: 250-655 Reference: Invoice Number <b>Unless Prior Arrangements Have Been Agreed Upon By Both Parties Reduced In Writing, Interest At 14% Will Be Charged On All Overdue Account!</b> <em>Thank You For Your Business.</em>
<b> tags have been deprecated in HTML in favour of the
<strong> tags. They work exactly the same way:
<em>Hello, world!</em> gives Hello, world!
<strong>Hello, world!</strong> gives Hello, world!
Some programs are backwards compatible. Apparently, whatever presentation engine Manager uses is not. Try the new tags instead.
Jon, thank you.
why i now also have to use it on the Item?? this very bad, need to change all and use html instead of just easy use “” if you want it bold, i have no idea of html… not very user friendly.
How do I change font size is there any code for it
I want to change font size for condition of sale I want smaller
could anyone help me please
Here you are:
This is regular text. <span style="font-size:50%;">This is small text.</span> <span style="font-size:200%;">This is big text.</span>
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