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How to use Custom CSS for Customizing Gamification Elements?

Do you know how easy it is to customize Gamification Elements in accordance with your desires and needs?

Here, we will guide you on how to customize the colors of our gamification elements, specifically the lottery ball and spin-to-wheel, within our popup builder.

Step 1: Identifying and Selecting the Element

1. Choose a gamification element you want to add to your popup. Later, go to Popupsmart's popup builder's "Style" step.

2. Look for the "Advanced" tab within the editor. Click on it to access the advanced customization options.

advanced section of a popup

3. In the advanced customization tab, you will see a list of elements that make up your popup. Identify the gamification element you wish to modify. First, we will show you how to customize the spin-to-win element.

4. Once you've identified the element, copy the spin-to-win element ID for customization.

popup selection

Step 2: Applying Custom CSS Styles

1. After copying the gamification element ID, you will find a text area to add your custom CSS code.

custom css for gamification

2. Write or paste your CSS code into the designated area. Make sure to follow CSS syntax and rules for proper styling:

css codes for spin to wheel popup

For this kind of change, you can use the code below by changing its element ID and color name:

.spin-to-win-p_csqbb7aoq0o0{
  --spinToWinLeafColors1:#787670;
  --spinToWinLeafColors2:#787670;
  --spinToWinLeafColors3:#787670;
  --spinToWinLeafColors4:#787670;
  }
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💡Note: You can follow the same steps to customize your lottery ball element. Be careful; every element has a unique element ID. You need to copy your element ID to the required line.
css codes for lottery ball popup

For this kind of change, you can use the code below by changing its element ID and color name:

#lottery-ball-ct0g8fzx37c0 { 
  --lotteryBallBallColors1: #111;
  --lotteryBallBallColors2: #1111;
  --lotteryBallBallColors3: #111;
  --lotteryBallBallColors4: #C73000;
  --lotteryBallBallColors5: #F8E7AE;
  --lotteryBallBallColors6: #FF9473;
  --lotteryBallBallColors7: #ED7B57;
  --lotteryBallBallColors8: #892D11;
}
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3. Experiment with various CSS properties like font size, color, background, and more to achieve the desired visual effect.

4. You can preview the changes in real-time within the popup editor to see how they impact the selected element.

Do you have additional questions about how to add custom CSS to your popup? Contact Us!