- bto09Asked on April 24, 2014 at 03:53 PM
The layout on the jotform page is not matching the layout on my website (I am using the Freewebs.com HTML embed function). I suspect that the width on jotform is greater than the width on my webpage, how can I better align these two and is there a way to measure the width of my webpage so that I can change the "form width" on Jotform?
- JotForm SupportBrianPauloAnswered on April 24, 2014 at 04:12 PM
You can adjust your form width by going to "Preference" and "Form Styles" tab. You can refer to the image below:
'Hope this helped you.
- bto09Answered on April 24, 2014 at 04:21 PM
Thanks I know how to edit the width on Jotform but how can I check the width on my Freewebs website?
- JotForm SupportBrianPauloAnswered on April 24, 2014 at 04:29 PM
You can check your website's width directly from the source code. Normally, it is set to per cent (100%) instead of using pixel. Depending on the end user's screen resolution, width may vary, thus, using 100% is advisable, this means that the page will occupy the whole space across the screen whatever resolution the end user has. If you think the form's width is larger than what is set to your website, you can decrease the form's width until you get the desired size.