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How do I keep radio button label text from wrapping to left most marginAsked by esskaypee on November 17, 2011 at 07:43 AM
I've tried various approaches, including the only reference to this on the forum which I found here: http://www.jotform.com/answers/13868-How-do-I-keep-checkbox-text-from-wrapping-back-to-left-margin
What I try to achieve is (see screenshot) for the word 'category(s)' to be in line with the words 'I wish' above (part of the same label for this particular radio button.
I tried the solution in the above mentioned forum link, however the line in question simply "merges" onto one line, making the text unreadable as the two lines are layered above one another.
The quickest workaround I could ever share to you is by adding <br> and tag to your sentence inside the radiobox option. Please check the screen below for the guide.
I have cloned your form so you can preview it here. I hope this helps. Thank you for using JotForm!
D'oh. I could have thought of that myself. Thanks for your help!
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