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Using HTML code in your surveys

Valid HTML can be used almost anywhere in the survey. You can use HTML code as part of:

With HTML, every open tag requires a separate close tag, except for self-closing tags with a trailing slash (/) within the tag.

If you've ever copied and pasted some HTML code or added HTML tags in a survey, you might have faced a few challenges. However, QuestionPro lets you add HTML code into quizzes and questionnaires easily. Some of the tags you can use to format your text.

Note: You can also use the rich content editor to format the text and add HTML elements.

Example of formatted HTML in surveys

Consider the below example in which the survey admin wants to stress on the word 'Not' so that the respondents do not make any mistake while understanding the question.

HTML in surveys

Uses of HTML in surveys

Advantages of using HTML code in surveys

How to add HTML code in your surveys?

Learn how to set up and use this feature with our help file on using HTML in surveys.

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