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Can I upload my html and css from Dreamweaver?Asked by dtgmcghee on July 03, 2014 at 04:55 PM
I started a form using one of your templates, but the template has margins or padding that I cannot seem to remove. I was able to copy the code by selecting the Embed options and then selecting Dreamweaver, but I cannot copy my changes back into the form. Is there a way to do that? Or to upload the html/css from Dreameaver?
You can inject Custom CSS codes into the form. You can copy those from your Dreamweaver and apply it directly into the form.
Check this user guide -How-to-Inject-Custom-CSS-Codes
There is also a guide on how to add the form to Dreamweaver website. This one -Adding-Form-to-Dreamweaver
Please inform us if this solutions will not work for what you need.
I tried both of the above-mentioned methods and nothing changes. I can see visual changes when I am in Dreamweaver, but nothing changed when I was in JotForms. I can see the Captcha in Dreamweaver, but when I view in the browser, I do not see the Captcha!
Here is the link to the form I am trying to work on:
1. I do not want that large margin on the left side.
2. Why is the submit button all the way to the right and why can‘t I get it to move to the left?
Your CSS is currently overriding a few things and setting the field that contains the submit button to width:510px; is causing the automatic button placement to be a bit off. Click on the button field in your form builder, click on the little gear icon for settings, then properties. From there you will see this menu:
Change the button align from "Auto" to "Left" and it should now appear on the left. I checked your form at http://www.jotform.us/form/41834367261153 and the captcha does appear and seems to be working fine:
Your CSS changes do appear to be working correctly though. Please let us know if you have any other questions and we will be happy to help.
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