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Header font color can't be changed?Asked by kristalangmartin on October 16, 2016 at 08:48 AM
The heading was white previously (how I want it to be) and now I can't see how to change it back to that. When I was editing the size of the header, it switch it to black and I can't see where I can easily switch it back to white. Can you please remedy this and also share how to do this on my own if there's an issue in the future? Thank you.
I cloned the form you mentioned and noticed you're already injecting Custom CSS Codes to adjust the look and feel of the form.
From there, I found a chunk of codes you entered in an attempt to change the color of the header. To change it to white, just append !important to the color declaration you have added for the h2.form-header class.
font-size : 48px;
color : #fff !important;