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Choosing the right embedded code: How to make the font boldAsked by RickGregory on September 26, 2013 at 06:29 PM
I read the article relating to this and understand the basic recomendations. However, what is not mentioned is when and how to use the Compressed Refined code sound in Source Code. What do you do with the .js and .css folders and or files?
If the source code alone does not work, would using the compressed option be a logical alternative?
My shop is designed with ShopFactory - hopefully this will help you provide a best recomendation.
If the source code doesn't work, try it with iframe embed code. This works mostly on any platforms since the form loads in iframe. How to get your iFrame Embed Code
Talking about the full source code, when you download your forms full source code, it comes with js folder which contains all the scripts in order for the form to run properly and the css folder that contains all the stylesheets and last is the HTML file e.g contact_form.html. You can host these files by uploading them all to your own server. You do not need to change the paths of the files, just upload them directly in your server.
If you have doubts or confusions, please feel free to message us here.
Byt the way, you might find this helpful Which Form Embed Code Should I Use?.
for some reason your last post had come empty, could you re-post it by using this link http://www.jotform.com/answers/272577
This receiving blank replies seems to be a chronic problem.
Okay, in Preview this seems to work. I need to check later how it looks once imbedded. I won’t know that till tonight when I get home.
I did notice that I did not need this line of code:
Can you please tell me what this was to accomplish?
Also, is there a way to make the font in the error Bold so as to stand out more?
The code you are inquiring about is for the text area field to make it a little bit narrower
On regards to changing the font in the warning message to bold, please inject this CSScode
.form-line-error, .form-input .form-error-message,
font-weight: bold !important;
for some reason your last request come blank.
Could you re-post it using this link http://www.jotform.com/answers/272577
This error text warning would be okay if some twiking can be done.
1. Can the MESSAGE be Left aligned?
2. Can the text be Black and Bold?
I also see that your example using my form that the word limit indicator is way over to the right and the message box is also smaller than what I see when previewing it here: http://form.jotform.us/form/32664297992167
Any cause for this?
Thanks for the link on how to inject CSS code. I have previewed this and printed it out for reference. It has been helpful in a couple of areas, but I am still not understanding CSS code as much as I am HTML. This may take some time to understand how to manipulate this without bothering you guys.
Feature / Enhancement idea perhaps? I see that the WebApp supports editing CSS code directly via the Preferences / Form Warnings. I was surprised that it did not support the Message Warning as what we are discussing.
I checked your form error message and they are already left aligned and bold.
Is this already resolved? The word limit indicator is properly aligned as well, tried it both FF and Chrome.
Here are some of the CSS guides that would help you start over.
Should you have further questions, let us know. Thanks!