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How can I color each of the three buttons for back, print, and submit different colors?Asked by watchhelp on June 21, 2016 at 11:41 AM2. Color in buttons is underused across the web, in my not-so-humble
opinion. Imagine if all forms had colorful buttons making it more clear
which is back/cancel and which is submit. The preview widget show three
buttons. How can I color each of these separately?
I'm not sure if I am understanding you correctly but I believe you are referring to changing the colors of these buttons here when the preview widget is added to a form.
Is this what you mean perhaps?
Exactly. Allowing each button to have its own unique color. "Back" to be a cautious yellow/orange and "Submit" to be go-go green would be more clear for form-fillers :)
You can apply CSS to each one individually. Here is the list of ID's for buttons:
To make the submit button back green for example, the code would be:
background : green;
The same can be done for any of the buttons with any color you would like.
background : orange;
And so on.