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It depends on what you mean by “Google Fonts”. As fonts, they do not depend on CSS3, or CSS at all; you can download them and install them and use them. As a technique of using “web fonts” or “downloadable fonts”, they use the @font-face declaration defined in CSS Fonts Module Level 3, which is commonly regarded as part of CSS3, which is as such just a vague ...
Here's on way of doing it. Although css calc isn't support in most browsers. You could also use a combination of negative margins to do it as well. http://jsfiddle.net/4wkovvp5/5/
I am a developer for Cognito Forms. We are working on localization so that the form and all notifications for the form can be displayed in different languages. You can follow our progress on our idea board. At this time we don't have any plans to allow for custom error messages. I will submit this idea to the team for future releases.
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