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Free Text HTML widthAsked by wellnessqpon on May 17, 2013 at 05:35 PM
How do I adjust my free text html so that the width doesn't exceed the form width? I have read through the forum and tried a few of the approaches recommended there, with no success.
My form width is 595 pixels, and so the maximum of the free text html should be that, or less. I added the code <div style="width: 500;"> to the html of my free text. And it did change the width within the editing screen. But once I cllick Complete it goes back to overflowing.
In the DIV style you have created, you have forgetten to add a px at the end of the value.
The code should look like <div style="width: 500px;"> instead of <div style="width: 500;">
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