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I am having trouble centering an image.Asked by dawntbg on July 08, 2015 at 04:27 PM
I need the header image I am using to be smaller and centered at the top of my form, but when I try to shrink it, it remains left-aligned, even though I set the alignment to center.
I checked the jotform http://www.jotformpro.com/form/51884977576983 and it seems that only the logo image is not centered.
the Header itself is already centered. It is just that the position of the logo image is not centered in relation to the header text (National Skills Coalition)
You will need to edit the image (logo position to header text on the image) and move it a bit more to the left. You can do this using your image editor.
This is something that cannot be edited in the Form Builder because as far as the image position, it was already centered at the form.
Hope this help. Let us know if you need further assistance on this.
The little circle's supposed to be off-center like that. I was having a problem getting the whole image to center once I'd shrunk it down a bit.
I seem to have solved the issue, however, by deleting the image and adding a new one, doing the shrinking and aligning from the toolbar instead of dragging the size with my mouse.
Thanks for your help.
You have to expand the field. Otherwise, the alignment would be different in the form view. Then you can set the alignment from the toolbar.
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