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Theme Editor Version 2.0
Learn how to style your form with FormAssembly's Theme Editor 2.0
Advanced Branding: Add a Header and Footer
Overview If you're a Professional, Premier, or Enterprise user, you'll find the Branding feature in the General Settings page. Click the Define a header and footer for your forms link to open the Branding Editor: Account Branding ...
Custom CSS
Overview You can use the Theme Editor to customize the elements of your forms, but sometimes you may need to customize further than the Theme Editor will allow. Please note:   The examples listed below are common examples that have been...
Advanced Branding: Change Browser Tab Icon
This article will walk you through how to replace the default "FA" icon in your browser tab (also known as a "favicon") with an icon of your choosing so you can give your forms a more customized look. Requirements In order to ...
Style an Individual Element
Overview With the latest version of the Theme Builder, you can style the entire form.  However, custom code will be required to update specific elements in your form.   On the Custom CSS help document, you will see the following code: ...
Mobile Responsiveness Tips
Mobile Responsiveness Tips Forms, fields, and sections can now better adapt to the screen size of the viewing device. This includes dropdown fields with very long choices, as well as improved responsiveness when using a matrix. Update your forms ...
Theme Customization Controls
Overview This document outlines the standardized controls used in FormAssembly themes.  You have 36 options to control within the form builder, but if you'd like to stylize your form even more, you can use the controls below along with you...
Theme Retirement
What does Theme Retirement mean?  Theme Retirement is when an Administrator changes the status of a theme from public to private. A Retired Theme is a private theme that does not belong to a user, but was once a public theme on the instance ap...
Styling PDFs
Introduction With our new PDF features, we have also included the ability to define at the account or admin levels, custom headers and footers for your generated PDFs by using HTML and CSS. When defined, these will display on every page of the PDF ...
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