How to Add Border Around Text In WordPress

Adding a border around your text is actually pretty cool, plus it comes in real handy when you want to highlight a certain part of your information.

It also makes your content far more engaging because it quickly grabs the viewer’s attention. In short, it’s a perfect way to level up your content creation game.

Now if you’re still wondering how to add a border around text in WordPress, you’ve come to the perfect place. In today’s mini tutorial, we will cover everything about that. By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to do it on your own. Follow along!

How to Add Border Around Text In WordPress

You don’t really need any plugins to add borders around text in WordPress. The Gutenberg block editor lets you do that very easily.

First, select the text, and then click the paragraph icon from the toolbar. Now, click on the columns. 

Now your text will look something like this:

Then head over to the right-hand side options panel, you can add a border from there. Adjust the border color, style, and radius. You can even change the block spacing and dimensions.

And that’s pretty much it; you’re good to go.


As you can see, it’s super easy. Now that you know how, you can change the color and style of the box in your content, control the space between the text and the box, and do a lot more. You can even make a warning sign by placing a border around the words if you want to.

So go ahead and start adding some; I hope this how-to thing helped. Thanks.

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