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How Do You Cut a Figma Shape?

Last updated on November 24, 2022 @ 1:36 pm

Assuming you have a basic understanding of HTML and CSS, let’s move on to the fun part – adding text to your webpages! To do this, we’ll use the < p > tag.

The < p > tag is used to define a paragraph, and will automatically add a line break before and after the text within the tag. For example:

This is a paragraph.

This is another paragraph.

The < b > tag is used to bold text, and the < u > tag is used to underline text. For example:

This text is bold.
This text is underlined.

You can also combine these tags to create interesting effects. For example:

This text is both bold and underlined.

When adding text to your webpage, you should always keep in mind how it will look to your users. Is the text easy to read?

PRO TIP: Figma is a vector drawing program that allows users to create vector illustrations, logos, and other graphics. It is similar to Illustrator but with a few key differences. One of those differences is how you cut a Figma shape.

In Figma, there is no “cut” tool like there is in Illustrator. Instead, you have to use the “slice” tool. The slice tool will cut your shape into smaller pieces that you can then move around and manipulate independently.

However, be careful when using the slice tool. If you’re not careful, you can end up with shapes that are too small or have weird angles. So, take your time and experiment a bit before cutting anything important.

Madison Geldart

Madison Geldart

Cloud infrastructure engineer and tech mess solver.