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How to Change Form FontsLast Update: April 18, 2017
There are few web-friendly fonts that can supplement the readability & design of your web forms. You shouldn’t use just any font you want to because you think it looks pretty; you need to think about your customers, too. We've searched & gathered the best web-friendly fonts for your forms and have a very easy method for implementing them in your forms.
In JotForm Version 4:
Step 1: Opening the Form Designer Tool.
On your form builder, click the icon shown in the screenshot below.
That should open the basic Form Designer Tool, here you can change the font family/style under the "Styles" tab.
Step 2: Opening the Advanced Form Designer Tool.
On the same settings window, scroll down and you should be able to see the "Advanced Designer" button.
After clicking it, it will open the Advanced Form Designer Tool where we offer more options on how you can design your form better. Click the "Design" tab, then open the "Font Options" section, that should allow you to change the overall font family used in your form.
Make sure to hit the save button to apply the changes.
In JotForm Version 3:
There are two (2) ways to change the form fonts.
Step 1: In the Preferences window
a. Click the Preferences button in form builder:
b. Go to the Form Styles tab. Scroll down to the bottom and change the font in the Font Family dropdown:
c. Click the Save Changes button to save your form.
Step 2: In the Designer
a. Click the Designer button in the form builder. The mini designer will open up.
b. Go to the Styles tab and scroll down to the bottom to choose the Font Family:
c. Click the Save Changes button to save your form. Note that you can click the Advanced Designer button to load the full designer with complex design options.
And that’s about all it takes to change your form’s fonts. Try different fonts to make your forms better fit your website, blog, or page. If you are familiar with Google Fonts, then you can also use the fonts there for your form. Here's a guide that you can check: How to use Google Font in JotForm Forms
Don't forget to comment about your experience with form fonts below!