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Applying different styles to different headers in Form DesignerAsked by iecdhr on November 12, 2015 at 11:40 AM
I'm using different headers in my form but I can't seem to choose different forms in the Designer Page... Is it only possible to choose 1 header style that is applied to all headers? How can I do otherwise?
I am not quite sure what you mean Anne, but to apply different style to different elements of your form in the Form Designer, what you would need is to click on the CSS tab of your Form Designer and once there, you can double click any field that you wish to style.
As you do that, you will see that the element was selected by itself and that the styles are no longer applied to all of the elements of the same class.
I would also like to suggest checking out this guide for a quick intro to Form Designer: Video Course: Form Designer Basics
Of course, if you have any questions along the way, we are here and happy to answer them :)