Using HTML Code/ Adding Links

You can use HTML code to affect how text is displayed and to add in links to outside web addresses, etc. For example, you can add links to a bulletin board post, weekly schedule note, or the Employee homepage notice. In WhenToWork, you must use single quotation marks instead of double quotation marks in the HTML code.

Examples of using html code using single quotation marks:


normal text
<b>this is bold</b>
<span style='color:red;'>this is red</span>
<span style='color:red;font-size:150%;'>this is red and larger</span>
<span style='color:blue; font-size:150%;font-weight:bold;'> this is blue, large and bold</span>
this is back to normal text
<a target='_blank' href='http://WhenToWork.com'>this is a link to WhenToWork web site that opens in a new window</a>

Note the use of single quotes.

You can try highlighting, and copying and pasting the code above into your weekly notes section to see how it appears. It should appear similar to this:

normal text
this is bold
this is red
this is red and larger
this is blue, large and bold
this is back to normal text
this is a link to WhenToWork web site that opens in a new window