I know a lot of people like to use robots and fancy fonts, so I’ve included a screenshot of the default text block that the Googlebotbot shows up with the default font.
The text block in the image is very similar to the one shown below, with the only difference being that the text in the upper right corner is colored blue.
If you’re looking for a more straightforward way to use text-based robots on your site, here’s how you can use the GoogleBotbot to do that.
If your site isn’t using a font, there’s a few ways you can make the text on your page easier to read.
Here are a few of the more common ways to use fonts: Make the text more readable by using italics to indicate which characters should be included or omitted.
When you’re using italic fonts, the font will have a color scheme associated with it that you can change if needed.
For example, the following text block will automatically have a blue font in the left margin of the text, indicating that it should be italic: The first two characters of the second word are italic, which indicates that the word should be bold.
To use italics on your text block, add a few extra spaces to the beginning of each line, like this: If you have a text block with several lines, like the following, you can add some extra spaces between the first two words of each row to make the first word bold: You can also add a “b” to each word to make it bolder: You could use the same approach with paragraphs as well: This way, the “b”, “f” and “c” spaces in the last sentence will be bolded.