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How to get a theme going on a form I make up myselfAsked by DavidBarg on June 02, 2016 at 10:58 AM
LOVE your product.
1. Can't figure out the steps in going from scratch on a form I make up and getting a theme going on it.2. Any way to get the fonts larger in a form?3. Is there any way to have a row without check boxes? On the page referenced below, I'd like to group the row descriptions under a few different headers...any way to do this?
I'd be grateful for your help.
Thanks very much!
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To get a theme going for your form the first thing you need to do is learn how to use and design forms with our form designer and injected css since this is what helps to stylize it to your liking.
After that you can then pretty much open up the our Theme page, click New Form, Select your Form you created, followed by completing the necessary information to turn it into a Theme.
At this time there's not really an exact guide for theme making just yet other than the one that teaches you how to use the Form Designer to create them. But we'll likely have one for this in the future at some point.
As for your second and third questions those are additional topics so I have moved each of those to a new thread as a new question for us to answer separately for you.
We generally ask that you please only ask one question per thread and thank you for your cooperation.