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Change colors in a jotformAsked by HippoDaddy on September 23, 2015 at 07:37 AM
Seems simple enough but having some trouble. Used a preset form someone else created.
Want the line/text by the checkbox to be in white and the ability to link the word "disclaimer" to a url (disclaimer.html)
Thank you in advance for your help.
You can add an anchor link to the text by navigating to the options and adding this to the text:
I have read and agree to the <a target="_blank" href="http://your-link-here.com" rel="nofollow" >Disclaimer</a>
To change the color of the text, you can add this custom CSS code
color : red !important;
You can add that code under the CSS tab in your Form Designer Tool.
I also noticed that you embedded the form's full source code in your website, if you make changes on the form builder, it won't appear directly in your website because you used the raw code and pasted it there. I would advise that you re-embed using the default embed script. However, please do make sure to remove all the previous code from JotForm before embedding the new one, to avoid problems.
I hope that helps.