- stuzmanAsked on August 28, 2015 at 10:03 AM
additionally I have a problem with the form styling
you can see FREE NAME SEARCH and text below are not centered and the text entry boxes are cut off.
same issues with http://registeredagent4less.com/
- victorAnswered on August 28, 2015 at 12:11 PM
I just open you page "http://registeredagent4less.com/". I tried it both CHROME and FireFox. As you can see the form opened correctly. Can you please indicate in what browser you are having this issue. It could just be a cache problem. Try clearing the cache of the browser and let us know if this helps.
Victor M Larrea
- stuzmanAnswered on August 28, 2015 at 12:53 PM
Victor do you not see the the text FREE NAME SEARCH and the below text aren't center aligned? Do you not see the text entry boxes do not center align?
Additionally you completed ignored the other question.
Please take a moment to review the email so you may give an appropriate response
- victorAnswered on August 28, 2015 at 02:02 PM
Sorry for the confusion. At first look it seems to be fine. I have been playing around with your page (re-sizing the window). When I make the window smaller, the form does cut off. It seems that the style of your window cuts part of the iFrame of the form. I will try to investigate exactly what is going on and see how I may be able to help you.
Regarding first question I went to the page "http://www.global-inter.net/aircraft_test.html". and got the following message:
Could you please explain a bit of what your styling issue is.
Victor M Larrea
- stuzmanAnswered on August 28, 2015 at 02:27 PM
the page is gone its now on http://www.global-inter.net/
how much smaller does it need to be made?
How about Header text not centering?
It looks to me there is some type of border with a bevel around the entire box and I can't seem to make that go away either
- BenAnswered on August 28, 2015 at 04:31 PM
Looking at the form on the page above, I can see that you have specifically set its text to go to the left, but even so it is centered due to other styles.
Now the text element text is also centered.
The same is with the other form on the other page.
Please do note that - looking at both pages, there is no issue with the form, but because the website is not responsive - the form gets cut off if a smaller resolution is being used.
To rectify this, you should make changes to the website itself to make it responsive and in doing so, you will have your form follow your website.
Just to mention the http://www.global-inter.net/ does not get its form cut off at all for me, only the other website does as the above one creates scrollbar, but its layout is firm, while the second one tries to adjust, but in doing so moves the form and causes some issues on the website layout itself as well.