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How can I make the backgrond color transparent for my embedded form?Asked by robinsdk94 on August 09, 2016 at 03:26 PM
I will do my best to explain my problem in English, I'm from Holland.
I've made a form and i'm quite satisfied about it. I adjusted several sections and the lay-out.
One adjustment on the lay-out (via 'designer') I made was the background of the form. I want that only the textfields and buttons are visible but no background. I adjusted 'background' and 'frame' to nothing, but when I publish via iFrame it stays white.
The funny thing is (as for me) that when I publish via source code or the direct link option it is transparent as it should be.
I really want it in the iFrame version otherwise the htmlcode is so unclear.
Can you help??!!?? :)
I have checked your form and I can see the white background showing on the iFrame embedded code; however, this can be fixed by injecting some CSS code, please inject this:
Open the Designer and remove all the code you currently have there and paste the one I provided.
To open the Designer, first click on the Designer icon:
Remove the code and paste the given code there on the CSS tab:
Hope this helps.