This tool generates bold and italic text using unicode characters (𝐥𝐢𝐤𝐞 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐬, 𝘁𝗵𝗶𝘀, 𝑡ℎ𝑖𝑠, & 𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘴). You can copy and paste this text into email or use it in your Facebook and Twitter status updates, YouTube comments, etc. Bold and italics are often used to emphasize a point. Bold text can also be used to help structure larger bodies of text, for example, bolded text can be used to denote a subject, heading, or title.
Bold and italic text can be used in social media and on the web for a few different purposes. These text styles can emphasize important information, draw attention to specific content, and highlight key points or calls-to-action. Using a bold or italic text generator enhances readability, breaks up long paragraphs, and can establish a visual hierarchy. These styles also contribute to a brand's visual identity, adding personality and consistency to an online presence.
Bold and italic text can be used for styling usernames, creating visually appealing posts, or on platforms that lack native text styling functionality. The generated text comes from Unicode's Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols block, originally intended for mathematical notation.
While the bold and italic text that is generated here looks similar to text that is bolded or italicized in a word processor, it is different. These characters are not generated using the HTML tags (like <bold> or <em>), nor are they styled with the CSS attributes (like
font-weight: bold or
font-style: italic). If you copy this text, the letters will retain their styling when pasted elsewhere. This is the magic of Unicode.
It's crucial to use bold and italic text sparingly to avoid overwhelming readers. Additionally, it's important to note that the appearance of this text may vary across platforms and devices, depending on how they render Unicode.
People who use our bold text generators also use the styles below; including bold cursive, bold fraktur, black bubble text, and black square text. These styles are similar to bold text styles above, because they have thick dark lettering and a striking look that can be used to highlight words and phrases. Double-struck text, also known as "blackboard bold" is another unique style that can be used to give your text a bold look. People who use our italic text generators might also enjoy our cursive text styles, which contain slanted letters just like italics, albeit with a more unique style.
✨ For more fonts and styles beyond bold and italic, check out the front page!