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    How do I make my top banner image respond to mobile portrait view?

    Asked by HAPEN on May 13, 2015 at 11:26 AM

    My form is working great.  However, in mobile phone portrait view the banner extends beyond the border.  I applied the mobile widget and unsuccessfully injected the CSS code for sizing.  Looking to Jot Team for assistance.


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    Answered by KadeJM on May 13, 2015 at 12:17 PM

    I see that you are having issues getting your jotform to display your logo properly.

    When I inspected this problem I found a couple of issues so I have modified them via a separate test version of your form to help aid you with a potential solution to your problem.

    Please check this modified demo of your form: http://form.jotform.us/form/51324545703147? 

    Feel free to clone the above demo form back into your account if you are happy with it.


    Here's how it looks in a screenshot on my iPhone (fixed):


    Additionally, in case you are wondering how I fixed it basically what I did was moved your Logo from the Text Field which was html into our Image Field.

    I then set the width of your logo in the Image Field to 600px and changed the alignment to Left.

    I also removed the mobile responsive widget since your form responsiveness is already enabled and you can only use one or the other and not both. 


    I hope this helps but if you need more help with any of this just let us know.