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Change font size on Terms and ConditionsAsked by cindy on June 11, 2015 at 05:02 PM
I'd like to change the font size on the T/C widget. I'm not married to this widget, so I'm open to another option if it is no possible to change the font size. It is not necessary to have an external link to t&C
I like being able to have a checkbox that the client understands and agrees to.
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In addition to that terms and conditions widget, which is fixed as far as the styling and cannot be changed. However, you can use a custom checkbox to get the same results but also allow for further styling:
This guide has a link to external documents but you can leave yours as regular text. Once the checkbox is added, it can be styled in the form designer.
Here is a quick test form with the checkbox:
If that works for you, we can help you style it however you would like.
Yes.. this will work. I just have problems with the styling. Where do I go to learn how to do this. When I try to use the designer, it seems to change everything and I can't undo the changes…Please help… Your quick test is perfect!
The problem is if you select a checkbox/radio button template in form designer, it will do the same thing in all checkbox/radio buttons in the form.
We might need to apply custom CSS to the checkbox. We need to ask you how would you like it to be? If possible, you can provide a screenshot or share a link so we can copy it.
If you know CSS then you can insert custom CSS on the form designer by going to the CSS tab. You can also refer to this guide: http://www.jotform.com/help/117-How-to-Inject-Custom-CSS-Codes
Can you show me how David did it in the quick test above?
To create the box, all I did was add a Checkbox field to the form then remove everything except for the first option, including the label. Then, I pasted your text in place of option 1. I then set the field to be required. Here is the full setup of the checkbox field:
You can also clone the form to have a look:
If you have any further questions, just let us know and we will be happy to help.