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    How Can I add an image next to at text area (shrink not working)?

    Asked by petitamuse on December 13, 2012 at 03:13 PM

    I've expanded my form width to 800 and would like to add an image to the right of each question.

    The labels for each question have been set to "top", causing it to ignore the label width that I've set.  If I move the label to the left, then the label width lworks correctly, but I need the labels on the top, not on the left.

    With the label on the top, when I select "shrink", it actually unwraps the label text and expands the field horizontally instead of shrinking it.

    Since I can't shrink the field to a smaller width than my form width, I can't create room to put pictures to the right of my questions.

    Please advise on how to fix this.

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    Answered by idarktech on December 13, 2012 at 04:23 PM


    You seem to have a long label, how about breaking the labels manually using <br /> tag? Example:


    This is a brief quote to introduce people to your brand. <br /> You can talk about what makes your products or your cooking approach unique, <br /> or maybe your brand values. It can be whatever you want.

    Or this can also be fixed using Custom CSS Injection feature. You can inject custom css codes to your form to control the width of your textarea. Let us know if you need assistance with this. Thanks!