Change font sizes of the received forms?

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My client is having an issue with the font size of the forms that get emailed to her. I know I can change the font size of the form when it's displayed on the website. But she's complaining that the forms she receives are too small on screen and too small when printed.

Is there an option to change the size of the forms fonts when sent for notification?

I hope this makes sense.
Here's the form as it sits on her website...
https://www.mscclosingservices.com/msc_ … tion_form/

And I'll mention in the Suggestions post, but the ability to send a PDF of the completed form would also be a nice thing to have.

Any help. Would be greatly appreciated.
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Yes you can. Best way to edit them is to do it with Email Designer. You can go into the settings where you set up the original message and edit manually as well. But ED is much nicer to use.
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Ah, yes! Now I remember!
I was able to dive in there and bump up the fonts a bit.
Thanks for that!

I re-published the code and re-uploaded it to my server and was able to test. All is right in the world. For now.

Is there a file in the exported folder structure that contains this code rather than me modifying, exporting, uploading every time I want to change that? Not that I plan on doing it that many times, but just changing some code on an already-existing file would be much easier.
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If you have the prog. Direct FTP, you can open online files and change them on the server. And then save them as 'Save remote'.
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I have FTP access, but I don't know what file to look into to change this code.
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Again, I do have FTP access. That's how I upload the files. Can anyone tell me what file would contain this code? It would be much simpler to change some code than modify, export, upload, and test.
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Christian Sebes wrote:
My client is having an issue with the font size of the forms that get emailed to her. I know I can change the font size of the form when it's displayed on the website. But she's complaining that the forms she receives are too small on screen and too small when printed.

Is there an option to change the size of the forms fonts when sent for notification?

I hope this makes sense.
Here's the form as it sits on her website...
https://www.mscclosingservices.com/msc_ … tion_form/

And I'll mention in the Suggestions post, but the ability to send a PDF of the completed form would also be a nice thing to have.

Any help. Would be greatly appreciated.


Unless I am totally missing something here, but I thought that there was an option to edit the code for the notifications thingy within web-form builder itself.
I don't use that app anymore, but I am sure I remember opening the code editor, then I copied the code and pasted it into into dreamweaver (I think any editor would do) I then changed the font size etc wherever I wanted it to, copied that new code and pasted it back into The area

Maybe my memory is failing me somewhat.
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You are correct Wayan, there is the option to edit the code directly in WFB. I use it from time to time, the same way you use with a text editor. It is at the bottom of the settings box when you select Confirm Email or Notifications.
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Wayan,
What app are you using for your forms if not WFB? I'm very frustrated with having to use WFB and Form Designer to get the look I want.

Thanks,
John
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The website Christian was referring to is a WordPress site. My guess is, that the form also is some WP product. I don't know WP well enough to be able to tell which file Christian has to modify, so let's hope that Ernie Hodge comes by here, he might know.
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