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Customize your Form using Custom CSS CodesLast Update: April 10, 2016
First, you need to learn how to inject custom CSS on your form before you can start customizing your form using CSS codes below.
Setting Background Image to Your Form
You need to change the image's address.
You might need to add this just in case, so the background image won't be covered up by the form background.