Whenever I add a line between my questions (shift + enter) it adds an element I don't want.

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    banson
    Asked on May 22, 2013 at 09:10 PM

    Hi looking to add some space between a question (radio button questions) and I select the option, use shift + enter, and it adds a line but puts an unwanted check box in the extra line and which I cannot delete unless I delete the extra line.

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    jonathan
    Answered on May 22, 2013 at 09:19 PM

    Hi,

    Please try using the tag </br> instead. Place it within the options.. example

     

    Option 1 </br></br>

    Option 2 </br></br>

    Option 3 </br></br>

     

    Using shift + enter will indeed add new options as this is the default keys of the field.

    Hope this help. Inform us if you have further inquiry.

    Thanks.

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    banson
    Answered on May 22, 2013 at 10:06 PM
    But I am not seeing the page in html, only WYSIWYG
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    Faculty of Design | Swinburne University of Technology
    144 High Street, Prahran. 3181.
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    jeanettebmz
    Answered on May 22, 2013 at 10:27 PM

    I checked this form of yours, and it seems the problem has been resolved. Can you please confirm this to us? otherwise let us know if the problem persists

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    banson
    Answered on May 22, 2013 at 10:37 PM
    No it has not been resolved.
    When I enter shift+enter to create space between the radio button questions it adds a button in the line space.
    Belinda Anson | e-Marketing and Communications Coordinator
    Faculty of Design | Swinburne University of Technology
    144 High Street, Prahran. 3181.
    Telephone: 03 9214 6548 Email: banson@swin.edu.au
    Website: www.swinburne.edu.au/design
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    jeanettebmz
    Answered on May 22, 2013 at 10:52 PM

    In that case, do what Jonathan has adviced to you, rather than typing, just copy and paste , something like this:

    Option 1 </br></br>

    Option 2 </br></br>

    Option 3 </br></br>

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    banson
    Answered on May 22, 2013 at 10:55 PM
    That makes no sense, I am not seeing the form in html.
    When I select the option on the toolbar where you enter the shift+enter to create a line, there is text only. I tried putting in
    but it is not accepting html.
    Where do I enter the information below?
    Belinda
    Belinda Anson | e-Marketing and Communications Coordinator
    Faculty of Design | Swinburne University of Technology
    144 High Street, Prahran. 3181.
    Telephone: 03 9214 6548 Email: banson@swin.edu.au
    Website: www.swinburne.edu.au/design
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    abajan
    Answered on May 22, 2013 at 11:12 PM

    Hi Belinda,

    If the breaks aren't working, an alternative would be to inject CSS to widen the spaces between the radio buttons (and check boxes), as I've done in this clone. Below is the CSS that was injected:

    .form-radio-item,
    .form-checkbox-item {
    margin-bottom: 5px;
    }

    Changing the 5 to a greater or lesser number would increase or decrease the margin respectively.

    Do let us know if you need further assistance with this.

    Thanks

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    banson
    Answered on May 22, 2013 at 11:14 PM
    That would be fine if I host it on my web page but I was choosing to use your secure online form URL and don't have access to the page set up, or do I?
    Belinda Anson | e-Marketing and Communications Coordinator
    Faculty of Design | Swinburne University of Technology
    144 High Street, Prahran. 3181.
    Telephone: 03 9214 6548 Email: banson@swin.edu.au
    Website: www.swinburne.edu.au/design
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    abajan
    Answered on May 22, 2013 at 11:25 PM

    Yes, you most certainly have access to the secure URL. Please see this guide.

    When you inject CSS, its effects will be shown on both the non-secure and secure versions of the form. There's no need to embed the form in a separate web page, unless you have a specific reason for doing so (like adding a script, for instance). You can just inject the CSS I provided and use the form's own secure URL.

    If you need further clarification, we'd be happy to help.