- JumpY2k3Asked on April 06, 2013 at 07:06 AM
I want to create a requestform for my website from Germany. In Germany we display adressdata not like in the USA so I can't use the Adress "Quick Tool" to create the correct text boxes for Germany. I need only 3 boxes and 1 dropdown menu to change the country. First Box: Street Adress , 2nd: Postal/ZIP Code , 3rd: City , // How I can make a form like this? If I choose three text boxes, the space between them is too much. :(
And how I can choose three text boxes in one line, I tried it with the "full name" field out of the "Quick tools" but thats not nice to display in the E-Mail transfer to us.
If you could give me some sourcecode of the available "Quick Tools", I could take a look on it and show you how Germans need to have some fields.
- JotForm SupportEduardoMendezAnswered on April 06, 2013 at 09:16 AM
You can make your custom field if you wish. Here is a sample form with what you have described:
To position the fields side by side, you use the "Shrink" option. Here is a guide that can help you with that:
To change the spacing between the forms, I found the ids for each of the fields using the "Inspect Element" on Google Chrome (You can also look at the source code if you wish).
I then injected some CSS (using the IDs I found on the prior step) to make them look the way I wanted.
You can edit the way teh information is sent to you on the E-mail wizard:
Hope that helps!
- JumpY2k3Answered on April 06, 2013 at 12:35 PM
nice and thanks for your help with this information I will build something new.
How can I change the space between two rows with which css comand?
- moonzkieAnswered on April 06, 2013 at 03:27 PM
You can just insert padding-left:1px from the code my colleague has suggested you to add.