new design structure

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    Asked on January 27, 2012 at 04:32 PM

    is the time for <tr><td> insteadof <ul><li> ? with table code the form with look more professional in  the webpage than the list code, especially for the big companies that use JotForm and want things to look organized..

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    Answered on January 28, 2012 at 01:55 AM


    The current standard that JotForm uses is what is normally called the table-less layout.  This way, you can fully customize your form using CSS only without getting limited with cells of table-rows and table-data. Your only limit will then be your imagination (and css skills).

    A lot of professional websites actually do use this kind of layout structure.  But, if you need further use of tables, you can always have the option to export your form's HTML source and place it on your own webpage.

    You can get your form's source code by following these instructions:

    1. Go to Setup & embed tab
    2. Click embed Form

    3. An Embed Form Wizard will appear.  Under Display it on your site, click Source

    4.Copy the source code or if you prefer, you can click on the link if you prefer having a copy of the CSS and Javascript files.

    Please let us know if you have other questions or concerns.