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How to Inject Custom CSS CodesLast Update: March 6, 2017
Jotform gives you a wide variety of ways to customize how a form is rendered. An example of customization can be found on this guide: Customize your Form using Custom CSS Codes. In this guide, you'll learn how to inject a custom CSS codes to the form.
Please follow the steps below:
Jotform Version 4:
1. In the form builder, click the Design icon.
2. Click on the CSS tab, and paste the code in the "Inject Custom CSS" area.
3. Make sure to click on the Save button.
Jotform Version 3:
1. In the form builder, click the Design icon from the main toolbar.
2. Go to the Inject CSS tab and then insert your custom CSS codes into the box, you may also open the advanced designer by clicking on Advanced CSS Editor button.
3. Click on the "Save Changes" icon to save your changes.
Having difficulties with the custom CSS? Please let us know in the comment box below or heads up to our support forum and create a new post explaining your issue.