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How do I change the subheader font to a different color?Asked by writeitright on April 19, 2016 at 04:25 PM
I have been successful in my attempt to change headers to the color I desire, but I want my subheader font to be a different color. I have attempted to get the desired effect using the CSS customization features via the Design tool, and I have also tried to change the secondary color using the Preferences feature. Nothing I've tried seems to work. I want my headers to be blue and I would like my subheaders to be a greyish color (#dbd0d0) and slightly beveled (if possible).
Can you help with this?
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It looks like that sub header color issue has been solved with a CSS applied to the .form-subHeader class.
I am not sure about the type of the beveled effect you are looking for, but text is usually styled with a text-shadow properly. Here are some articles which may be related to the topic.
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@LoisRymer1: I have moved your question into a new thread and I will address it there. Here's the link: https://www.jotform.com/answers/951843.