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How can I change the font and font color of the title of the form once it is embedded on the website?Asked by DEE on September 13, 2016 at 12:38 PM
If you look to the right of the screenshot below where it says HBCU HOLLA'! | Texas College Golden Girls, the link from the HTML code is shown in a basic font in blue "HOLLA'! Your Vote! How do I change the font and color of that link?
Hello D, since you never mentioned which form you're working on, I checked ALL the forms you have on your account and failed to find anything even closely similar to the one shown on your screenshot:
However, I think I'm getting what you're trying to ask. This is something not JotForm-related though. You're basically trying to change the font family and color of the link you placed on that page.
Here's a quick example:
<a target="_blank" href="http://www.jotform.us/form/62564383947165" rel="nofollow" style="font-family:Tahoma; color: #FFAA00;">HOLLA'! Your Vote!<a/>
Just keep in mind that this isn't something you will do in JotForm, it's something you need to do on your website.
How can you do it with a pop up and I want to Bold it Roboto is the font color is #cc0001
I know not a jot form issue so thanks for the help in advance
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