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    Is there a way to enlarge the font size and button size on the form?

    Asked by Pierre on February 14, 2013 at 03:43 AM

    Hi,

    although I saw your forum's answer to someone that the JotForm generated forms are Mobile optimized, when I did a trial and viewed with my Samsung Galaxy S3 it's very small and hardly visible, and I have to pinch-zoom to enlarge.

    I did select the iFrame codes, and use the raw iFrame codes to create a snippet using my XSitePro 2.5 web design software to create the Form page. It appears like it simply displays what it is without auto adjusting itself to fit the mobile screen.

    Did I miss a step in setting up the form to be mobile optimized?

    Or is there a way to enlarge the font sizes of the Heading, sub-headings, answer options and the Submit button? so that it will display large enough to be comfortably legible on the mobile screen without having to pinch-zoom.

     

    Thanks!

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    http://www.dpherbal.com/QR_eBookFeedbackForm.html

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by EltonCris on February 14, 2013 at 11:12 AM

    Hi Pierre,

    First off, I couldn't view the provided page. It's 404  not found. Please review the link and repost the updated one so we can check the form invironment. Thank you.

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    Resizing the mentioned field font sizes is possible with CSS Injection Feature. Please update us with the working URL first where the form is embedded so we can check it here.

    Thank you!