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    Upload fields too wide on slim form?

    Asked by Simon Cook on July 22, 2012 at 05:40 PM

    I have a form thats 230px wide but the upload fields for attaching files you cant adjust the width on? So these disappear to the right of my form?

    How can I make these fit please?

     

    Kind regards

    Simon

    Page URL:
    http://www.cybersushi.co.uk/test.html

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    Answered by jeanettebmz on July 22, 2012 at 06:47 PM

    Hi,

    Whenever I choose the non paypal option (Rechnung mit Einzahlungsschein) , I am redirected to a thank you page which I think is not longer available, so I could not reproduce the issue you mentioned (redirect to paypal regardless the option chosen), 

    Custom thank you page is 

    http://www.elefantenfreunde.org/Elefantenfreunde_-_Eine_Zukunft_fur_die_Elefanten_und_Nashorner_in_freier_Wildbahn/Vielen_Dank.html

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by abajan on July 22, 2012 at 07:13 PM

    Hi Simon

    If multiupload buttons are substituted for the current single upload ones, you should be able to adjust their widths via injected CSS. Please see this thread for details and if anything is unclear, please let us know.


    Wayne

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by abajan on July 22, 2012 at 07:29 PM

    Incidentally, I noticed an extra semicolon at the end of the third rule in the page's embedded style:

    input, textarea {width:200px;;}

    Although it's not one of the 15 surefire ways to break your CSS, to be on the safe side you'd better remove it, in case it causes problems in some browsers.