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How can I have a different background photo on each page of the formAsked by michaelcullen on March 25, 2015 at 07:55 PM
Currently it shows the same background photo for each page but I want a different (full-screen) photo on each page. Is that possible? Ideally responsive too.
I do understand how you meant it on your jotform http://www.jotformpro.com/form/50837537564969
You wanted the background image dynamically change every time the pages change using the Next/Back button on the form.
I am not sure if it is possible using only custom injected CSS code on the form, but I will try to research and ask for help from my colleague if is possible.
The most I can see at this time that is doable is by using the form's full source code.
As you can assign a script to the Next/Back button to change the background-image assigned on the page.
I will keep this thread open so that other support member more capable on the CSS will also be able to look at it.
Yes, that is right, I'd like the background image to change each time you click Next (or Back). If there is an easy solution please let me know. I don't know enough to understand source code!
I would suggest you to take a look at the following tread where one of my colleague have given a possible workaround to display different background image in different page breaks: http://www.jotform.com/answers/496429-How-To-Dynamically-Change-Background-Image-of-Form-Per-Page
Hope this helps.
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