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Adding Custom CSS in JotFormAdded: October 19, 2011
In addition to the style editor built-in, one can easily add his own CSS entries in any form.
The process is called 'Injecting Custom CSS'.
To do so, be guided by the following
- Start editing a specific form.
- On the top Toolbar, make sure you're in 'Setup and Embed' view.
- Click 'Preferences'
- Choose 'Form Styles' tab
- Then add your css entries in the 'Inject Custom CSS' field.
- After saving your changes, make sure it looks right on different browsers.