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How can I adjust the font styles for normal text vs text labels, etc?Asked by crystallin on April 28, 2015 at 05:44 PM
I would like all the font to be consistent in my surveys, but the font for just 'text' is different for a 'text area' question, etc. Where do I adjust the font styles?
Have you tried changing the font style using the Form Designer tool?
Or if you are familiar with custom CSS code, you can declare all the fields to a specific font-style or family. Here's an example:
For the "Text" field, you can declare the "p" in the CSS code, here's how you can change the font style for all the "Text" field:
font-style: italic !important;
For the other fields, you can just add repeat the process.