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How can I group elements in a form - such as FIELDSET in HTML?Asked by habhab on November 01, 2013 at 06:23 AM
I'm creating a form with several elements. One of the elements is the width and the height, both are numeric text fields. But I would like to group these 2 seperate textfields with one single label called "Screen size".
I searched in the FAQ and user manual, but the word Group didn't give me any relevant answer, and FIELDSET is not found.
Is this possible? And if yes, how can I do this?
(by the way: GREAT product!!!)
You can try form collapse and see if this works for you. I'm not quite sure if this is what you are looking for. Please see this sample http://form.jotform.co/form/33015667780861.
Thanks for your quick feedback, but that not exactly what I was looking for. I was more hoping to find a group-label that is put around my Width and Height elements. But I have the feeling that his options is probably the only one missing in JotForm :-)
I think I get what you were pointing out. So basically you just want to group the elements by label, like for example:
group 1(or the name you want "Screen Size")
group 2 (whatever name you want)
Unfortunately this feature is not yet available I will forward this to our development team to add this to their feature list. I cannot assure when this will be implemented, this will depends on their priorities but if we have any news about this you will surely be notified via this thread.