Gryphon offers several tools for formatting content inside of articles.
View HTML Code
Feeling savvy and want to take a peek at the code behind your post? There should never be a reason that you need to edit the HTML code, but it can be helpful when looking at formatting, or when trying to troubleshoot an issue happening within your post.
If you have code you would like to embed, see Safe Embed.
Text Formatting Options
The drop down offers different styling options you can apply directly to your text – normal, quote, different heading styles, etc.
Clears formatting of text, whether the formatting was added within Gryphon or before it was added into Gryphon. If you are copy/pasting from Microsoft Word, Google Drive, or a different text editor, you must clear formatting. Just highlight your pasted-in text and choose this button
The Clear Formatting button is a good place to start if an article or section front is looking odd.
This will open a dialogue box asking for the URL of an image on the web. If on an external website (not in your Gryphon), you can get this link by right-clicking, and choosing 'Copy Image URL'. Find more information on inserting images here.
This will also open a dialogue box asking for the embed code of a video from an external website, like YouTube or Vimeo. You can find this embed code usually by selecting share or embed on the video.
You can also use the Safe Embed button to do this, as well.
Insert internal or external links within text.
Text Alignment Options
Insert Horizontal Rule
Safe Embed allows for the insertion of an embed code from any other website (like Twitter, Spotify, WuFoo, etc.) If the code is corrupt in any way, it will not affect the rest of your site when using Safe Embed.
Editorial Copy Notes
Private, internal way to make notes on articles while still in Gryphon. And don't worry – these notes will not show on the website, even if the article is published.
Note: These formatting options are also available in Pages, Captions and Blog Posts.