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    Nicole Nguyen

    If the i class is stripped, what is the workaround for using Font Awesome icons then?

    For example, if I add 

    <i class="fas fa-camera-retro"></i>

    It gets removed from the html in my article.

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    Patrick Bosmans

    Hello Nicole,

    One of the features of WYSIWYG editors is that they will "clean up" HTML that they do not support. For example, <bold> is not supported with our WYSIWYG but <strong> is and thus bold tags are removed.

    I did some digging into this for you and currently, the WYSIWYG editor that we use in our help center does not support this tag, so at this time there is no workaround.

    I'm sorry I couldn't give you better news on this, but please let us know if there is anything else we can help with.

    Sincerely, 

    Patrick | Tier 1 Advocate 

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    Tami Settergren

    Is there a workaround for centering <td> elements? I'd like my bullets to be centered, rather than left-aligned.

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    Molly VS

    Hey Tami!

    So not all HTML would be supported in the editor, but I was able to use the following class with some success:


    It basically indented the list a bit as opposed to the left justification.

    Hope that's useful to you!

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