Every campaign tool that you create can be styled using the Look and Feel screen under the tool Edit tab:
Any styling you do here will override the global CSS settings you configure on your organization's Templates page. This means, for example, that the styling of a Letters to the Editors Tool can be different from the styling of a Tweet @ Tool, and that two different Emailing Tools can have completely different looks.
To customize the look and feel of an individual tool:
Step 1: Select tool Colors. When you click on the color setting for each visual aspect of your tool, you’ll see a color picker to pull from, or you can enter the hex color codes associated with your campaign branding:
Step 2: Select or import a custom Font. Just define the Font Family you want to use, or if you have a font associated with your campaign branding, enter the URL:
If you’re unsure of how to select a font family, you can browse Google web fonts here.
The format that is accepted in the Font Family field is: 'Font Family Name', sans-serif (or serif!). You also do not need to add a Font URL if you've added a Font Family already.
The styling choices you make here will only apply to individual tools. You can customize the Global CSS of your tool templates under your organization's Templates tab.