css injection...spacing issue... and question about css with checkmark lists

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    fastlanetravel
    Asked on February 20, 2012 at 04:56 PM

    The css I had in place was working just fine before... and essentially still is (applying RED to a few words) 

    ... but today I wanted to try to apply it elsewhere and went to look at it, opened that line, and of course the inline css disappeared... I inserted it again, but now I can't seem to maintain spacing between the words, no matter what I tried. It is the RED text that reads: 

    .... indicated by:BOLD CAPS and marked with: *  

    You can see there is no space between "by" and BOLD...

    Can you tell me how to fix this?  And also, is there a way to have the lines retain the css I have inserted in specific places?

    It is frustrating to have to always put it back if I make a small change.   

        

    A related question, and what prompted this in the first place:

    I was trying to apply inline css to a couple items in the checkbox mark list at the top... (for instance the words "SOLD OUT" in red)... but I could not get that to work, so I assume I cannot do that... ?

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    NeilVicente
    Answered on February 20, 2012 at 05:46 PM

    Use &nbsp to have space in between the span html tag you have inserted on the subheading.

    And also, is there a way to have the lines retain the css I have inserted in specific places?

    No, there is no way to retain html tags in field labels and headings. This is to discourage our users from pasting custom html codes in fields aside from a Free Text (HTML) field.

    I was trying to apply inline css to a couple items in the checkbox mark list at the top... (for instance the words "SOLD OUT" in red)... but I could not get that to work, so I assume I cannot do that... ?

    It is actually possible to apply inline css to check box options, but we do not advise it because tags will be included with the data that you will recieve. It surely won't look pretty on the back end.