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    Jay
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    Two questions both are of which are hard to find here in support.

    1) The plugin effectively needs a form to allow me to directly edit pages from my WordPress Bar. I read some place I need a form to create to allow me to edit. Does this mean I cannot edit in my WordPress dashboard anymore? It is a pain to go back into my dashboard and choose a post or page to edit.

    2) What is the best way / or what links do you have on information to customize fonts and sizes of the form I build? What short codes do I use to create CSS? I don't like my default fonts in my theme, and I want to change the CSS of the forms I build? Are there links and in particular, examples, you can share?

    Jay Taparia

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    Tareq Hasan
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    1) I am not actually clear on this one. You can edit posts or pages from either backend or frontend. It won't create any issue. If you select “Override the post edit link” setting in the plugin, it'll override the edit link in the admin bar to edit from frontend.

    2) It actually entirely depends on your theme. Your theme controls the fonts and sizes. So you should customize your theme that way. The plugin is just spitting the HTML out to your theme and your theme is displaying it according it's style. So, your themes style.css would be the right place.

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