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    Text color for Payment Field not changing to "white".

    Asked by rockonmusic on March 10, 2015 at 09:32 AM

    Hi there. I really love the newer form templates. I'm in the process of formatting one for use on my site but I've run into three challenges on our form https://secure.jotformpro.com/rockonmusic/guitarclub

    1) some of the text in the Paypal section won't switch over to white with the rest of the form (I've tried CSS unsuccessfully so far) 

    2) some of the text is sticking out over the edge of the form. no amount of changing the width and padding seems to change this. the submit button at the bottom of the form is also sticking out over the form.

    3) while the form 'previews' as responsive when I look at it on a mobile device it has blurred image that moves with the form rather than staying stationary like on a computer and the 'preview'

    Thanks for your help with these issues. 


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    JotForm Support

    Answered by Charlie on March 10, 2015 at 12:09 PM


    Could you try adding this custom CSS code under the CSS tab in your form Designer:

    label {

        color: white;


    .form-payment-total {



    .form-address-table {



    This should change all the remaining non-white text colors to white, you can change the value of the color to your preferred one. To add the code you can follow the steps below.

    1. Click the "Designer"

    2. Add the custom CSS code under CSS tab.


    For the other questions, we advise our users to create one thread for each question or concern that they have, I went ahead and opened separate ones for you, please refer to the following links:



    We will address them accordingly.

    Thank you.