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How to edit the formAsked by JASMINE HUDDLESTON on July 10, 2016 at 01:53 PM
Hello Jotform team,
I made a form yesterday for a friend for his up and coming show. I didn't sign up for an account but I did share the link with him through email. He wants to edit it before its published. Would he have to sign up for an account in order to do so? Also, I want to create my own theme for the form. I followed the directions on how to add the ccs code but nothing happened. Am I missing something? Where in the code do I put the link to the image?
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Regarding your question, you can indeed still use all the features of JotForm ( https://www.jotform.com/) without signing up. You will be instead only be using Guest signin account. All the feautres will be available even if using guest login only.
But the submissions will be very limited and we will be restricted also in providing the full support because there is no account we can manage. The form submissions data will be limited also.
For your friend to be able to edit the copy of your form, they need to have account because they will not be able to open your form in the Form Builder if they do not have account. That is unless you will share to them the access to your account/login so that they can edit the form.
As for the CSS codes, I suggest reviewing also our video tutorial/guide http://www.jotform.com/form-designer/tuts/episode5/
Please tell us the URL of your form so we can also check further.