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Use different styles for different forms
March 30, 2011
4:24 pm
Erik
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If anyone is still having trouble with using different styles for different forms, I noticed that mine did not start working until I removed the space between the form type and style:

 

Wrong:

#cforms2form .cforms   { width:500px; }

 

Correct:

#cforms2form.cforms   { width:500px; }

 

The only difference is that I removed the space between "#forms2form" and ".cforms"  I had to remove the space for any style beginning with a period (ex .cforms).

January 19, 2013
1:36 am
Brad
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Is there a way to give the form a custom class or ID for CSS? After I enable customer classes & ID's how do I apply it to the form? Is there a way to do this from within the plugin?

January 19, 2013
1:25 pm
Brad
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Figured it out! Searching within the forums is a tad harder – word of advice to other users use Google. The developer and others mean no harm – they're actually right! use 'cform' in as a root word in a search and simplify what you're looking for i.e "cform center submit button" – no (" marks)

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