- surfcityAsked on January 10, 2014 at 05:54 PM
I have just begun creating a form, but I have this problem EVERY single time I try to make one.
I am trying to do one of 2 things: a) Evenly distribute the logo and seal, or b) have the logo pinned to the left margin and have the seal pinned to the right margin.
I kept thinking that I could choose properties and center; but apparently, when you choose the image properties, the words right, left, and center have to do with the image itself, not its place within the form space. That does not help me. I've tried dragging it to the right (or left) and dropping it there, but it always springs back to its position right next to the other image.
I obviously do not know what the label alignment does, as it never changes for me. Perhaps this is because I am always trying to align an image, not a text box, etc.
Please advise how I can evenly distribute both my logo and the security seal in the same line across the top of my form OR keep the logo as left-aligned and the seal as right-aligned. Either way would be okay, but next to each other on the left instead of centered just looks unprofessional.
- JotForm SupportTitusNAnswered on January 10, 2014 at 06:40 PM
Thank you for contacting us.
It appears you have removed the SSL seal image, we are not able to sample your form and advice effectively.
The best way to do manipulate the images, however, would be to inject CSS styles to your form and align the images and other elements on your form the way you want.
Please add the seal image and respond to this thread, telling us exactly where you want them to be, and we will provide the CSS rules to make this happen.
We will await your response.