- NAHNAsked on February 21, 2018 at 05:39 PM
I created a nurse nomination form and it's almost perfect. The form has white text (which I love). However, when you open the active form in a new window and you start to enter information in the fields, the form labels are not visible because they are in white. Is it possible to change the form to reverse the color when someone is populating the form fields to make it easier for my audience to see the form field labels? I can't seem to figure out if this is possible or not.
Please help. Thank you.
- JotForm SupportJim_RAnswered on February 21, 2018 at 08:06 PM
I guess what you're describing is the HIGHLIGHT EFFECT. It has a lightyellow background color thus causing the field labels (in white) to be unreadable.
My recommendation is to disable it altogether so you won't get the lightyellow highlight when filling out a field on your form.
Complete guide: How-to-disable-the-highlight-effect
However, if you prefer to retain the highlight effect, let us know how you want it to look like so we can provide you the CSS codes you need to make those changes. Just tell us what background color you want for the highlight (preferably something dark so the labels are visible).
- NAHNAnswered on February 21, 2018 at 09:33 PM
Thank you so much. It worked perfectly. I was able to go into Advanced Designer and select a darker color for the highlight effect which makes it much easier to view the form field descriptions when entering information in any given field. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!