Customize PayPal field possible?

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    techtriadinc
    Asked on October 23, 2010 at 11:57 AM

    Some clients are unhappy with the very small, light gray info next to a product on a form to buy something. If you could make it black, that would help enormously, but customizing it would be great. This is the text next to the product name that contains the price. Would like larger and darker text; would really like to customize it.

    Possible?

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    aytekin
    Answered on October 24, 2010 at 01:46 AM

    You can probably do it using Inject Custom CSS option on "Preferences.

    If you can change it on your site and provide the URL of the page, I can also provide the CSS code that can be copied to Inject Custom CSS.

    Another possible solution is to simply get the full form source code and use that on your site. Then you can change the page exactly as you wish.

    On the Form Builder:
    1. Open "Setup & Share" tab on toolbar,
    2. Click on "Share Form"
    3. Click on "Advanced Options"
    4. Click on "Full Source Code".

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    techtriadinc
    Answered on December 02, 2010 at 04:42 PM

    Am beginning to get "inject custom css." Question: If I choose to use the javascript insert for the form and customize the CSS on my own stylesheet for Jotform classes, will my CSS override Jotform classes?

    I can find the class for the particular text and style it locally. I'd rather use the script insert because it enables form updating and not having to update a client's page each time we do something (like we added capchas recently).

    So does my CSS override Jotform's when using the javascript insert for a form? Or if I put my CSS into the "inject" area, does THAT override the default stylesheet that Jotform uses?

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    aytekin
    Answered on December 03, 2010 at 05:46 AM

    I am not sure what you mean by javascript insert. You cannot use Inject Custom CSS to enter JavaScript code. You can only use that feature to add CSS code. This code will override the CSS style provided by JotForm. But that's the point, isn't it?