How To Get Bold With Your Property Descriptions

by Jeff Turner on October 15, 2007

Using HTML Tags In Real Estate Property Descriptions<b> BOLD FOR EMPHASIS </b>

If you didn’t know before, you will know now, those basic HTML tags before and after the headline above are what make the headline appear <b>bold</b>, or <i>italic</i> or <u>underlined</>. When put in the right place, they don’t show up in the text, as they do here. They merely tell the browser how to display the text inside the tags.

You can add now add these tags to your property descriptions at Real Estate Shows and they will properly display in your Show Flyers. The “BRAND NEW CUSTOM HOME!” headline shown on the right is typed in the property description like this: <b>BRAND NEW CUSTOM HOME!<b>, but it simply displays bolded.

You can even put links inside the property descriptions. To put a link in your property description, use this text, replacing URL with your link and Text To Be Displayed with what you want the link to be called. <a href=”URL” target=”_blank”>Text To Be Displayed</a>

So, this link, HTML LINKS, would be written: <a href=”http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_links.asp” target=”_blank”>HTML LINKS</a>.

Here is a live example of using html tags in your property descriptions.

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