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Customizing the progress bar

The progress bar is displayed to show how far along a user completed the form. It is a user-friendly component that shows the activity on the… Read more

Change the design of your dividers with CSS

CSS makes designing web forms so much easier. With basic coding knowledge, you can create stunning looking forms and customize its design according to your… Read more

Replace error images with custom CSS

When you enable certain settings on your form, it returns an error message that displays an image. In this article we will illustrate how… Read more

How to apply custom CSS to your form

123FormBuilder offers many build-in theme options that you can choose from. Basically, you can change just about anything on your web form, from text… Read more

Minimalistic Input Fields

In this article you will learn how to create minimalistic input fields. Start improving your form’s design by incorporating CSS codes into your forms to enhance the user… Read more

Make choices as clickable buttons

Today you will learn how to make choices as clickable buttons. We developed a CSS code that will change the design of your single… Read more

How to hide the payment method dropdown

In this article, you will learn how to hide the payment method dropdown with custom CSS. The payment method appears automatically when you enable one payment processor.… Read more

Improving mobile design with CSS

123FormBuilder forms are responsive to all mobile devices and tablets. Our forms work great on all devices and are offering a user-friendly experience on… Read more

How to customize the digital signature box?

To customize the digital signature box on your form, you'll need to use Inspect Element in your browser to locate its ID. By applying… Read more

How to add Google fonts to your online forms?

If you were wondering on how to add Google fonts to your online forms, here is how to do it: 1. In your 123FormBuilder… Read more

How to style file upload buttons on your online forms?

To style file upload buttons on your online form, access the form's Edit options and go to the Themes section. Afterwards, click on Add… Read more

How to change font for the Thank You page?

To change the font for the Thank You page, use this code: @import url(//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Lobster); body { font-family: 'Lobster', cursive!important; } #id123-thankyou { font-family: 'Lobster'!important;… Read more

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How do I change my form design?
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