Color to HTML code.

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How can i add color to the background of an HTML code? i made an email box using http://formsmarts.com/ and my site is black so i need to make the site using a different color background :(

html code is:

Can't see the form? Click here.<!-- Do not change credit notice. See http://formsmarts.com/warn -->

just in case its important.
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robby

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Dill Shellard

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Well it looks like a link to the form so you wont be able to edit it however you can do so on the form editor but seeing as you are asking it looks like you cant.
I would use another form editor eg. http://www.jotform.com that gives you a few backgrounds to chose from.
Oh just a sec when you get the code to put on your site is there two codes or just one?
If you say yes then I may be able to help!
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Peter

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Hello Robby,

I signed up with form Smarts to see what options you may have for layout and background.

Unfortunately there is no option for modifying the background. It's a very convenient instant facility and is what you see.

Dill mentioned JotForm and this is an exceptionally good form creator. It allows a number of background selections plus if you are confident the ability to modify the code and optimise it for your site. I think it's ranking as number one in this forum :)

Similar is Form Assembly and the other with selectable backgrounds is Wufoo. These last two are featured facilities available in the options side bar of the builder.

So you can do what you need to with these other options I'm sure.

Goodluck Robby. Any further help please get back to us here.