How to use this feature
Markdown is great way, with very little knowledge of code, to add a few extra links and treats to spruce up your pages.
By using simple tokens like * and # and [ ] you can make a real difference to how your booking process 'feels' to your client.
Two in particular are often used:
- a single asterix around a word which italicises it
- and a double asterix around a word which bolds it.
If you want to make a web page clickable, wrap the word in square brackets and then immediately after include the weblink inside round brackets - [text here](weblink here).
This allows you to build a link such as click here to find out more about airships
Finally, if you want to use different 'strengths' of titles, adding numbers of # makes a header bigger or smaller (fewer # makes a bigger header)
eg using ###, ## or # in front of some text you get
# 1 hashtag
## 2 hashtags
### 3 hashtags
There are lots of Markdown tricks you can use, follow the links to the cheat sheets and have fun learning a new way to format your pages!
Advanced users can set every detail of the way their booking pages appear via the Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) setting. This is a Paid plan feature.
On Paid plans we are also happy to make certain CSS changes to the way the grid displays (for example hiding rows of unavailable times) if our support team can do it.
You can access the CSS under Dashboard > Edit > Appearance > CSS
The things you can do with CSS is change the shape, size, colour and general display of your grid. It means with CSS you can match the colours of your website exactly.
Any normal CSS code should be accepted. Or you can enter a URL of the locations of a CSS file hosted elsewhere.
Email us if you'd like to see the full documentation available for designers who are working with our CSS.