- guest_23163773218050Asked on November 12, 2012 at 08:51 AM
I need the from to be right to left, where the textbox is not the left and the label on the right
like this: [Textbox] [label say what to write]
Also, Can I send to different e-mail addresses that I can choose from drop down list or I can send to only one address?
I need it to be on facebook.
- JotForm SupportabajanAnswered on November 12, 2012 at 10:43 AM
Regarding the alignment issue, besides having the textboxes and their respective labels switched around, is the text entered by users supposed to be in a right-to-left direction as well (like Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Urdu and so on)? A search of our forum will reveal that there are injected CSS fixes for such cases but we can help you with your particular form.
As far as the selection of email addresses from a dropdown is concerned, that can be accomplished by using the Send an email after submission feature of the Conditions Wizard. To understand how this is done, please clone this form and view both its saved conditions and email alerts. Even though upon creation the form's notification was set to go to firstname.lastname@example.org, the three conditions in the screenshot below will override that address:
For example, if a user were to select "Charlie" from the dropdown, the submission would be sent to Charlie's address (email@example.com) and not firstname.lastname@example.org. As a failsafe, that field has been set to Required because if no choice were to be made and the form submitted, the notification would not be sent to anyone. (That's what the red text in the Saved Conditions panel warns about. The Conditional stamp on the notification also serves as a reminder.)
Is there a specific form already created to which these solutions are to be applied? If so, please provide its URL or ID (the string of digits at the end of URL) so that we may provide a more tailored solution.
- JotForm SupportBJoannaAnswered on August 13, 2015 at 02:03 PM
Inside of the form templates gallery I created one template form that you can use.
Inside of that form I used Custom CSS that will enable Arabic language from right to left. Custom CSS used inside of this form can also be applied to Hebrew language.
You can find my form inside of the Form Templates gallery: