How to paste text in Hebrew (Right to Left)?

  • 2 March 2023
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I’m using Klavyio to create emails in Hebrew. I paste the text from the file where everything is written Right to Left. However, after pasting the text, Klavyio automatically changes the direction of text if there’s a word in English. It also changes the place of punctuation marks. 
I have managed to correct the text manually, but the puntctuation marks is the real problem. 

An example:
The point should be where the check mark is. But it’s impossible to paste it there.

Did anyone face similar problems with Right-to-Left languages? 
Is Klavyio planning any improvements in this regard? 

Thank you in advance,


Best answer by Omar 4 March 2023, 14:53

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Hey @Irina_Irina 

Welcome to the Klaviyo Community and congrats on your first post. 

Unfortunately there is no setting to actually have the text read right to left. But, doing some research online, I did find this CSS property here that may help you.

So under source of a text block you can add something along these lines which should help with text including punctuation:
<p style="direction: rtl;"> text here </p>


Hope this helps!

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As @stephen.trumble  mentioned this is the way to go.

More information about this in this post and this link



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