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How to adjust column positions?Asked by JKulp42757 on March 20, 2015 at 10:42 PM
I would like the "email" and "memo" fields in the left column to move up, putting them closer to the "client name" field. Right now they stay in the left column...but are below the bottom of the payment field on the right side.
two column two column form name move and email
I've uploaded a pic of the problem...thought I did that originally, but guess not.
You can move up Email and memo fields by Injecting Custom CSS. Inside of your Form Builder select Setup & Embed tab, then click on Preferences, then select Form Styles tab and inside of Inject Custom CSS field at the bottom of existing code paste this code:
After adding this code your form should look like this.
Hope this will help. Let us know if you need further assistance.
BJoanna - thank you that worked! Now, for the right side, can I move that address field higher up, closer to the credit card fields? Thanks!
I would like to suggest that you use the Form Designer to make the adjustments to your form. You can also inject the custom CSS code there. You can follow the steps below.
1. Click the "Designer".
2. Inside the form Designer, click the CSS tab and inject your custom CSS code, in this case this is the one I used:
position : relative;
top : -30px !important;
#id_7 - pertains to the "Billing" address field.
.form-lin.form-line-column.form-col-1.form-line-column-clear - pertains to the "Memo" field.
Another tip, if you are familiar with CSS styling, you can select the class or ID of the assigned field by double clicking the field when you are in the Form Designer tool.
You can see how the edited cloned form that I have looks like in this link: http://form.jotformpro.com/form/50821287681964?
You can further adjust the values of the custom CSS code that have I have depending on your preference.
Charlie: That worked perfectly, much appreciated!
In my colleague's name, you are welcome.
Do let us know if you have any further questions or issues and we would be happy to assist.