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How to make a Form to work from right to left (Arabic, Hebrew , etc)Asked by Umair on February 29, 2012 at 02:31 PM
Hi I am planning to do a website in arabic, does jotform supports arabic language? i.e.
1. Will I be able to create forms in arabic
2. Will it take input in arabic
We don't support arabic language, sorry...
i want do jot form in araboc pleas help me
Most of labels can be be customized into arabic or any other language, you just need to double click on them
But regarding to the support, we don't provide it into that language as my other colleague has stated above
Another hint that I can provide you would be to copy the source code of your form and then customize it to you needs
For further information about how to get the source code, here I leave a guide
Here you have a basic guide about the creation of a form
You might also want to check this page about sub-labels
Should you need more assistance, let us know
you did a great work with jetform.. thanks
but i'm having the same issue, yes i know we can customize most of the labels which is a great thing, but in arabic we are writing from right to left...!! and you didn't give us this choice here.. even the form it's showing from left to right which is wrong and it will not looks good in the website and gives a bad impression to our site visitors..
I don't think it is to hard to add this feature...
hope you can do something to support the arabic language..
You can try injecting a Custom CSS to make the form text display from right to left. To Inject a custom CSS in your form styles, go to Setup & Embed > Preferences then click the form styles tab.
Add the CSS code below
If you need further assistance, please contact us again.
wow.. that is so great...
thank you very much..
Inside of the form templates gallery I created one template form that you can use.
Inside of that form I used Custom CSS that will enable Arabic language from right to left. Custom CSS used inside of this form can also be applied to Hebrew language.
You can find my form inside of the Form Templates gallery: