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How can I place a horizontal line in the form?Asked by rickvv on May 30, 2013 at 09:04 AM
Looking to insert a horizontal rule between form components for legibility and dividing the sections, but I can't quite find the right step on how to do that?
In between the fields you would like to separate, under the POWER TOOLS, please click on FREE TEXT(HTML). Then, please click on Edit HTML
Then, please insert this code:
Click on Complete.
..this will result in a white horizontal rule.
You can change the color, width, and size of the rule as well using CSS codes. Thanks!
That was too easy! I looked at that Free Text box, and I have used it fomr something else, but this is perfect Thanks!
On behalf of my colleague, you're welcome.
I would also like to place horizontal rules, but do not see "Power Tools" on my interface. Perhaps the interface has changed?
Under your Form Tools menu area, insert "Text Area", then click the "Edit HTML" button and insert the code for horiz rule "<hr/>"
Thanks, but it was not actually the text area instead of just Text. :)
@tturiano and to everyone on this thread
Please use the Text Tool, it's under Form Tools. Then enter <hr/> as shown on Rickvv's screenshot.
Or you guys can use the Basic Separator. It's quick and easy.
(Of course it was "text"! Not sure what I was thinking...I was looking right at that :)