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Hiding Field LabelsAsked by poopselfie on March 09, 2014 at 02:40 PM
I have a form created but the way I want it to look on my HTML page is without the field labels. But I still need the field labels to display on the grid report, any workaround to hide all of the field labels but still have the grid report display them?
Yes, that is possible, you need to inject this CSS code on you form:
display: none !important;
I've heard from other Jotform support that what I am doing is just fine. I am creating conditional logins through Jotform, and I am clearly not advertising my login form as any other brand or service. What exactly is the problem there...? If this is the case, I will most likely be cancelling my account. This form would have to be the deal breaker for me, it's a crucial piece of my website and without the form and Jotform's backend services, I will have no use for the subscription. I'll await your response.
Your form is already white listed and you should not have any trouble. Paid accounts are not suspended automatically and it requires a human verification of forms.
I did check your form and found that you are using conditional logic to redirect your user to another webpage based on the username / password. This process should be fine. I will still suggest you to change the labels / Hint example to more meaningful other than just username and password. This is just to ensure that our automatic phishing filter will not mark your form with higher probability of being used for phishing activities.
Thank you very much, Ashwin_d, I'll keep those tips in mind.