Ends a paragraph and starts a new one. A new paragraph will begin with a full line of space between paragraphs.
This is known as a "hard return." In your html source code, you will see </p><p> to indicate the end of one paragraph and the start of a new paragraph.
Shift + Enter
Adds a line break and starts the next line directly below the first. You may use line break when you are typing an address, for example, where the City, State line should follow directly after the address line.
This is known as a "soft return." This text is all part of the same paragraph, so the same paragraph style (normal, heading, etc.) applies on both sides of the line break.
Use a hyperlink to open another page on your site, open a page on an external site, or to launch a mail-ready email in your user’s email client.
To create a link within the Body of your content item:
Highlight the text you want to hyperlink.
Click the Link icon (Ctrl+K) to open the Link window.
Add a link
If the page URL does not start with sf.gov/, copy the URL of the page you want to link to and paste it in the URL field.
If the URL starts with sf.gov/, you can type in its page title. Potential pages will appear as a dropdown underneath. Select the page you want to link. A URL like /node/[ID number] will appear. Use this link. (It helps Drupal point people to the right page if they look are looking at the site in another language.)
Potential pages on SF.gov that have “vaccine” in the title.
The result when you select “COVID-19 vaccine boosters”
Removing (Breaking) Links
To remove a link within the Body of your content item:
Highlight or click on the text or image that has the link you want to remove.
Click the Unlink icon.
This removes the link from your text or image. It should now display the same as the rest of your content.