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My jotform is still not fitting to be responsive on my webpageAsked by EpicStudio on December 09, 2014 at 02:47 PM
I've spent hours trying to make this form stay in one line, be responsive, not to crop and get rid of extra spaces on the right side, but after replies and replies, suggestions and suggestions I just can't make it. It's been a headache to make this form do what from a general point of view looks that could be pretty easy.
On regards to this yet unsolved thread http://www.jotform.com/answers/471030-Empty-space-on-the-right-nside-of-this-form?entrymessage=10732640770
Okay so basically this is a continuation of your original thread based on this issue since it's pushed you past the point of frustration. Let's see what we can do to help you furthermore with it then.
When you view the live jotform it's automatically aligned but still centered in the middle of the page whereas when viewing it on a website it's more confined to a suitable reference hence the continuation of your problem here.
From my experience and knowledge this is going to be a real humdinger with a lot of trial and error mainly because of the fact that we have no idea where you are trying fit it other than the screenshot you showed us in the other thread as you said we can't have a link to your site.
Is that part still true?
Are you able to at least provide us with the width or size of the referenced container on the page that you are trying to place this? Perhaps we can come up with a better fit using that.
Your screenshot: (This is where you are placing it still correct?)
Are you able to tell us what host you are using perhaps? Maybe we can replicate it to help resolve the issue for you. Wordpress maybe? We can't really tell by looking at the screenshot. Usually it should fit within the actual page first then the tweaks needed can make it fit to be responsive.
Dear KadeJM, thanks for your concern. Yes, it gets almost to the point of frustration. Sorry if I could had sound rude or something but I made the other post being afraid of getting lost buried in newer posts and threads. It seems that the form is finally getting to what it is suposed to do.
I'm almost at the end of some sustomization and changes on my site and it will be soon available to visit and check out. I'll try your suggestions and I will make you know.
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