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tim-sonin on October 26, 2018
Hi there, My knowledge of CSS is fairly basic. I'm embedding HubSpot forms across my company's website and using the "unstyled from" setting. I've worked out how to use CSS to then customise the style of these forms to match our brand. But this read more
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October 31, 2018
Found the problem earlier, I added a space between .hs-form and the .ppc class in the CSS line. Thanks for your help, @Isaac_Takushi
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tim-sonin on October 31, 2018
My knowledge of CSS is fairly basic. I'm embedding HubSpot forms across my company's website and using the "unstyled from" setting. I've worked out how to use CSS to then customise the style of these forms to match our brand. But this is for all read more
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October 31, 2018
Brilliant, thanks so much, Stephanie!
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tim-sonin on October 31, 2018
My knowledge of CSS is fairly basic. I'm embedding HubSpot forms across my company's website and using the "unstyled from" setting. I've worked out how to use CSS to then customise the style of these forms to match our brand. But this is for all read more
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October 31, 2018
Brilliant, thanks so much, Stephanie!
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tim-sonin on October 26, 2018
Hi there, My knowledge of CSS is fairly basic. I'm embedding HubSpot forms across my company's website and using the "unstyled from" setting. I've worked out how to use CSS to then customise the style of these forms to match our brand. But this read more
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October 31, 2018
Found the problem earlier, I added a space between .hs-form and the .ppc class in the CSS line. Thanks for your help, @Isaac_Takushi
Solved
tim-sonin on October 26, 2018
Hi there, My knowledge of CSS is fairly basic. I'm embedding HubSpot forms across my company's website and using the "unstyled from" setting. I've worked out how to use CSS to then customise the style of these forms to match our brand. But this read more
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October 31, 2018
Found the problem earlier, I added a space between .hs-form and the .ppc class in the CSS line. Thanks for your help, @Isaac_Takushi
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