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Form Elements CSS Font-Style

Thread began 10/21/2009 1:09 am by Beau | Last modified 10/21/2009 2:26 pm by Jimmy Wu | 930 views | 1 replies |


Form Elements CSS Font-Style

Is it possible to set the CSS Font-Style for Form Elements Text, Textarea, etc.?

I'm using FB Sharp design and it's Font-Style default is Italic. Any manual change to Font-Style are overwritten each time FB regenerates the form.


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Jimmy Wu

Unfortunately, there is no option in the wizard that will allow for you to change the text in the form elements style. You will have to modify this by hand after you've made your final changes to the form, since the CSS is rewritten each time you apply the form builder wizard.

I will log a feature request for this feature and hopefully it will be included in a future release of the product. I apologize for any inconvenience this causes you.

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