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HTML Customization for Emails & Contracts
HTML Customization for Emails & Contracts
Learn how to change the font size, color, and other formatting options using HTML coding!
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Written by Amanda Rae
Updated over a week ago

17hats has a variety of formatting options you can use within the platform. If you'd like to change the type of font, color or other formatting options we suggest using the HTML feature in 17hats. 

Not an HTML expert? No worries! You can use a website to generate the code for you!

PLEASE NOTE: This article provides links to tools and services outside of 17hats' control. This is not a recommendation or endorsement of these tools or services. Additionally, we do not control the tools or services and so we cannot provide support for them or their output. If the code provided does not work as expected in 17hats or elsewhere, please contact the creators of the tool.

To begin customizing your content, first go to a site that will generate HTML code for you. One example of such a service is

Copy and Paste the content of your message or contract into the WordtoHTML site. You can then edit the content directly on the WordtoHTML site to appear how you wish. This is shown on the left side of the image below.

Once you have the contact formatted how you wish, copy the HTML code it gives you shown above on the right side of the image.

Next, navigate to 17hats and open the message, contract, or signature you're customizing.

Within the editing screen in 17hats, use the <> symbol to switch to HTML view. If any content appears, remove any of the content that is already there

Next, paste the code you copies from the WordtoHTML site and "uncheck" the HTML button to preview. This will give you a preview of what the content will look like! 

Finally, save or send your message, contract, or email signature. 


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