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  • #67728

    Libby
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    Hi

    I really wanted a quick way to change the style (colour) of the form buttons (submit/upload file(s)/select image etc).

    I have tried changing this in the custom css form but with no luck. Can you let me know if this is possible.

    Thanks!

    #67738

    Nayem
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    Post count: 6480

    Hello,

    You can change the color from CSS. Please open Wp user frontend pro/assets/CSS/frontend-form.css. In this file you will get this class- ul.wpuf-form .wpuf-submit input[type=submit]/ Change the color from here.

    Thanks.

    #69041

    Richard Szarvas
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    Post count: 25

    Hello, how works the custom css? Have step-by-step instruction?
    I can't find in the documentation.
    If i add this custom css in settings/general options tab (see below), and in Form editor i place the my_custom_css in CSS Class Name filed, this is not work. What is the problem?

    .my_custom_css {
    font-size: 17px;
    background: #aaa;
    }

    #69133

    Nayem
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    Post count: 6480

    In the CSS field of a custom field you have to put the class name- .my_custom_css.

    Thanks.

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