Custom form styles, a long awaited feature, is nearly ready. This allows you to set custom CSS for the registration form, giving you control over fonts, colours, backgrounds and just about any other CSS property you can think of.

To achieve this the form is now loaded into an iFrame, rather than directly into the page. If you don’t know what this means, don’t worry about it as you won’t be affected. If you do, and you’ve used this knowledge to set custom styles in your template you will find these styles will stop working (they can’t affect content in an iFrame). To resolve this, just copy your custom styles into the new custom CSS field in Widget Appearance.

This new feature is due for release soon. If you would like to test it out on your store, and you have some knowledge of CSS, please email [email protected] and I’ll set you up.

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