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Button alignment and required field warning image size issueAsked by superheat on February 26, 2014 at 03:24 PM
I am working on this form:
I have modified a few fields on page because I can not get them to work like I want through Jotform. I have two issues though, first, the print and submit buttons will not align. I have read other support answers but hav enot found one that works for me. And second, the warning image for the required field is not displaying correctly.
required field size alignment image size
Hi, since you are working with the downloaded full source code of your form, for the alignment you need add this CSS code into the CSS file.
On regards of warning image, you need to change the percentage:
border: 0px none;
Hope this helps you, let us know what happens.
Hey, that worked, with a couple of additions. The img 8% also affected the submit/print buttons and also the captcha image. With the addition of width/height !important to the inline styles on the buttons and the captcha image everything seems to be displaying correctly and also lines up.
There is one last thing, it looks like there is a faint gray background behind the print button, like there is behind the captcha. The background of the captch is necessary but I can quite figure out where to change it on the print button so it matches the submit button.
Thanks as always for the awesome level of support.
To resolve the current issue simply inject this CSS code:
Your form will look this way:
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