1. 12 Tips for Making Your Website Forms More Accessible

    Ace E. | May 2, 2019

    Here are some best practices for creating forms that meet Section 508 requirements for accessibility.

  2. Explore Our New Fall Styles!

    Ace E. | September 17, 2018

    Check out these five new form design updates. They'll let your site's CSS automatically style your forms, while also giving you new ways to adjust your form's look yourself.

  3. DIY Preloader for Your Forms

    Tyler T. | May 14, 2018

    Complex web forms might take a bit to load, especially over a slow internet connection. This is where having a preloader, a graphic indicating something is loading, might come in handy. Here's how to do it with a Cognito form.

  4. Targeting Fields with CSS on Your Embedded Forms

    Nadia A. | July 7, 2017

    When it comes to styling your forms, the Style Editor is a great place to start - but if you want to customize the appearance of your forms even further, you also have the option of directly targeting the CSS of your embedded forms.

  5. Embed Your Cognito Forms Instantly with Iframely!

    Nadia A. | November 29, 2016

    With the help of Iframely, an oEmbed proxy service which supports over 1715 content providers, embedding your Cognito Forms just became easier than ever.

  6. 3 Best Practices for Designing Multi-Column Forms!

    Nadia A. | November 3, 2016

    In this post, we'll talk about a couple of best practices for designing well-structured and user-friendly multi-column forms!

  7. CSS Tips and Tricks for Customizing Error Messages!

    Tyler T. | September 7, 2016

    Error: Your validation needs spicing up!

  8. Styling Required Fields with Custom CSS!

    Tyler T. | August 16, 2016

    Customizing the style of your required fields with some CSS is pretty simple.

  9. 5 Font Combination Ideas to Dress Up Your Forms

    Tyler T. | August 2, 2016

    We're going to layout the basics of choosing type for any project, and then give some specific examples you can try in the Cognito Forms style editor.

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