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How to prevent or understand consequences of multiple form changes when only one change was intendedAsked by radxyz1 on September 12, 2016 at 10:27 AM
I have selected a Contact Us template. I like it, mostly.
When I make one change using the Advanced Designer, like Label Color, or Font, the background then turns white rather than transparent or nothing.
From the defaulted template, I want to change 1) the Title color, font; 2) the label fonts, color; and 3) add a couple new fields. I want to retain the see through character of the form.
If I understand your above issue correctly it seems to me that you're trying to adjust a cloned form template to stylize it more to your liking but are unable to do so due to a few unexpected changes which are occurring when editing it.
I've taken a look at your first form but it appears the one you shared was already stripped of the background since this is what I am seeing right now after cloning it.
We literally have thousands of form themes and templates to use so I have taken a little bit of time to search for this exact one but unless you revert or provide us a link it may take me awhile to locate that particular template to investigate and troubleshoot it for you.
If it's a cloned template then the changes should work but if it's a theme then that will be more difficult since "themes" ignore and override most changes.