You can set up custom intro and outro texts for your company application form(s). Intro text is shown on the first page company sees when they start the application process and outro text is what they see after finishing the application.

In addition to customizing the text, you can also format the text by using HTML code tags, allowing to add variety of things like bold, italic, underline, hyperlinks, embedded images and more.


How to use HTML to format text in application intros and outros

In order to use HTML, you will need to use HTML tags. Tags need to be "wrapped" around the text you wish to format:

Opening tagYour textClosing tag
<b>Your text in bold</b>
<i>Your text in italic</i>


Please note that the Opening tag is between angle brackets, and the Closing tag is between angle brackets with / in front of the command.

HTML tags can be used on one word, a sentence or a whole paragraph. It will depend on where the opening and closing tags are:


You can also use multiple tags on one part of your text. For that, both opening and closing tags need to be present:


Which HTML tags to use

To format your intro and outro texts, here is a list of 6 most common tags to use:

Bold text


Copy the tag here: <b> </b>

Italic text


Copy the tag here: <i> </i>

Underlined text


Copy the tag here: <u> </u>

Heading text

Heading text sizes and looks are different and can be changed by changing the number in the tag. Number 1 is the largest and number 6 is the smallest. We recommend using 1 and 2.

Copy the tag here: <h1> </h1>

Link as a link or link as a text

To showcase your link as the link itself, you will need to include the link within the tag, as well as your text:


To showcase your link as a text that can be clicked, you will need to include the link within the tag only:


Please note that the tag needs to be written exactly as showed, including the correct spacing and quotation marks.
Copy the tag here: <a href=" "> </a>

Insert an image

To embed an image in your intro or outro text, you will need a working image link. There's also an "alt" attribute required within the opening tag. This provides an alternate text for an image, if the user for some reason cannot view it (because of slow connection, an error in the image link, or if the user uses a screen reader). The value of the alt attribute should describe the image.
Image tag is also one of the few tags that does not require a closing tag.


Please note the image will show in it's original size!

Copy the tag here: <img src=" " alt=" ">


Example of using HTML tags:



HTML can allow for a variety of things, ranging from simple to very complex. However, we recommend using only the tags listed above, to avoid potential discrepancies. Remember, that HTML is a coding language and can cause a list of problems if not done right.

If you would like to achieve something more complex in your intro and outro texts, please contact our support first, by using the chat bubble in the bottom right corner. Together we can find a working solution for your request.
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