- NGHSAsked on August 19, 2015 at 11:09 AM
Hey there, folks! One thing I would like to see in Jotform is the ability to group and style blocks of questions in the form. For instance on this form, I would like to be able to easily style the top section under "Your Name" to have a unique background color or border, to visually separate those questions from the rest of the form.
Being the CSS wiz I am, I know I can kind of do this with the field IDs already, or embed the form's HTML and add a surrounding div. But this is a very manual, clunky way of doing this. Is there a way to more easily create a form container, other than a collapsible section, that I can style?
If this is considered for the platform, also consider giving users the ability to give this form container a custom class.
- JotForm SupportBJoannaAnswered on August 19, 2015 at 01:40 PM
Unfortunately that is not possible to achieve. For now, as you mentioned that it is possible to achieve inside of form Designer by selecting field IDs and adding additional CSS code or by embedding your form and adding surrounding div. Idea that you suggested is good but currently our tool is made with idea to have possibility to make some basic actions automatically and something more complicated through CSS. With CSS styles you can always adjust layout of your form as you want and you can adjust layout to be more attractive.
Feel free to contact us if you have any other questions.