CSS editor – can I see some examples?

We get this question a lot. Riddle’s CSS editor (Enterprise plan) is incredibly flexible – and you can change almost any visual element to match your site’s look and feel.

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Here are some examples – so you can see this feature in action. Simply paste the sample code into the CSS editor box in the style tab. 

(Not an Enterprise user? Let us know at hello@riddle.com – we can help you test this out.)

Display quiz image answers in one column (not two – ideal if you want larger images):

.image-choice {
width: 100%;
float: none;

View example here: https://www.riddle.com/view/134669

Make your custom logo bigger (hurrah for custom branding!):

.custom-logo, .riddle-logo img {
max-width: 500px!important;
max-height: 500px!important;

Want larger text?

This will make your text larger – in this case the description text of your quiz. Choose your text size (1em = 12px in Riddle, 2em = 24px, .5em = 6px etc.):

.description {
font-size: 2em;

Hide the border around your quiz:

.riddle-frame {
letter-spacing: .4px;
border-radius: 0px;
border: 0px!important;

Make ‘Start’ button square:

.riddle-frame .content-div .footer-content .start-btn {
width: 70%;
padding: 0px;
border-radius: 2px;
padding: 15px 0;

Need help with CSS?

Just give us a shout at hello@riddle.com or on support chat – our team of CSS gurus are happy to lend a hand!