Apply superscript or subscript formatting to your text
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This latest update brings simplicity and ease when applying superscript or subscript to your text formatting — removing the need for CSS workarounds and opening the door for more users to achieve their web design goals.
When creating websites with formulas or footnotes, there’s a good chance you’re going to need to format that text as superscript and subscript. Until today, these formatting requirements can be quite the process to apply – mainly through code embeds or CSS workarounds.
Never again will superscript or subscript formatting slow down your creative web ambitions.
To learn how to use sub/superscript and other formats for inline text, check out Webflow University article.