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I see you wish to align your submit button into the center of your jotform.
The easiest way to do this is by editing your jotform within our Form Designer so that you can tweak it more accurately to fit where you need it to be.
Actually my issue is not alligning the button to the centre of the form.
I was asking if you could help me putting the writing "Invia" exactly on the centre of the button. Right now the writing "Invia" is settled on the bottom and it's only partly visible.
Please add the following CSS code to the form Inject Custom CSS section:
padding : 0 !important;
It should fix the text positioning issue.
I'm sorry, but I'm not practical at all with CSS codes.
May I ask you to give me a help adding it in the forms located here:
Thanks a lot,
We have added the CSS to your form.
The form seems to be fine now.
They are 2 different jotforms, one located here
and the other one here
and unfortunately I keep seeing both forms with the "Invia" writing on the bottom (see attachment).
Please clear your browser cache and then re-check the web pages. Note that you use the same form on mentioned pages.
Perfect!!!!!!!! Thank you so much for your help!!
Can I ask you to give me a help for another issue?
In the jotform placed here
as you can see in the attachment, the red error note "There are errors on the form. Please fix them..." is partly cut off and I don't know why.
Would you please be so kind to help me fix it?