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    How do I make things bigger?

    Asked by asiacornerstone on June 13, 2011 at 01:53 AM

    I have tested the sending a form on my website and it works perfectly.

      However the customer has to type in a word to get it sent.  This is very small - how can I make it more easily seen?

     

    Also after it is sent I get 'Thank Your your submission has been received' can this be changed to 'Thank You the details have been received'.

     

    Other than that no problems whatsoever.

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    Answered by abajan on June 13, 2011 at 02:39 AM

    Hi asiacornerstone

    Thanks for asking. Please see this forum thread for a solution to change the size of text entered by users. The code provided needs to be typed into the Inject Custom CSS section of the Preferences: Setup & Embed tab > Preferences > Form Styles > Inject Custom CSS

    As for the Thank You message, the text on that graphic cannot be changed (although it is a good idea). However, you can create customized thank you messages. Here's how:

    1. Load the form in question into the form builder/editor

    2. While on the Setup & Embed tab, click the Thank You toolbar button:

    3. When the Thank You Page Wizard pops up, select Thank You Message and click Next


    4. Type your message

    That's pretty much it!

    We're pleased to hear that you like our product but should you encounter any difficulties with anything, please don't hesitate to let us know. We're here to help our clients as best as we can.

    Cheers :)


    ~ Wayne

    UPDATE: Oops! That CSS is not working for the text area. I always thought it used to. Will have to investigate tomorrow. (Well actually it's so late here, it's already tomorrow! LOL)

    UPDATE #2: Actually, it does work. It's just that the increase in size is not that noticeable with the text area's font. Therefore, it's best to define the font sizes in separate rules: One for text boxes and another for textareas. Alternatively, define both elements in one rule and change the font in text areas to match that in the text boxes.