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How can I edit the style of the subtitle of a header?Asked by angieazul on October 05, 2015 at 04:57 PM
Hello. I have something like as a header in my survey:Survey TittleIn the subtittle I have text explaining the purpose of this survey. Then, we have some definitions: Defined factors: - A: meaning - B: meaning - C: meaning - D: meaning - E: meaning And, at the end, some more text to close the introduction.
I need have it with paragraphs, like this:In the subtittle I have text explaining the purpose of this survey. Then, we have some definitions:Defined factors:- A: meaning- B: meaning- C: meaning- D: meaning- E: meaningAnd, at the end, some more text to close the introduction.
But I can't do it using the text edit tool. I wanted to know how I can do it; maybe changing the code. I'd really appreciate all your help.
I took a look at your form and it shows the use of Headers and its subtitles for the text, however based on the text above, I am under the impression that the Text element of the Form Tools would be a better alternative.
The reason for this is because the Text element will allow you to add bullet lists in it, while the subtitle, while it would be possible through CSS, would not do it in the same manner and could be slightly more difficult to update at a later time.
Is the layout that you want to have on your form the same as the one on the image you have uploaded?
If so, we would be able to help you with the CSS to achieve that layout.
Thanks Ben! The Text element did the trick! ^_^
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate JotForm! A very useful tool, with many options! Thanks!
On behalf of my colleague, Ben, you are welcome and thank you for your feedback. If you have any further question or concern, please feel free to contact us again.