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Remove iframe scroll bar and adjust individual column width of CheckboxesAsked by WNCVPMembership on April 24, 2016 at 02:28 PM
I could use some help! I see from the forums there is a way to eliminate the scroll bar. I'm a bit of a novice, so specific guidance would be appreciated.
I'd also like to know if it's possible to adjust individual column widths instead of just spreading the same width between columns, or some way to make the columns uniform when the text length varies. (see activity selection area.) The form is really long if we just put them in one column, but we would be happy with at least 2 columns.
I've included a link to the form on our website. Thank you!!!
I checked on your website the embedded form http://www.jotform.us/form/61136565828159 and I cannot see any scroll bar anymore. It was because you have already disabled it on the iframe embed code of the form. So the scroll bar part seems resolve already. (let us know if still not)
You must be referring to the spread column width of the checkboxes which seems to be wrapping incorrectly due to lack of width for the items. This can be corrected using custom injected CSS codes on the form.
I'll get back shortly with the CSS code needed.
I used this CSS codes on my test form, and it fixes the Checkboxes spread column alignment
width : 230px !important;
You can try also on your form. Let us know how it goes.
I copied the CSS code above at the end of the HTML code in the "edit code" mode (Wix) but it didn't change anything or look like your example & instead the code showed up as text on the form. I deleted it. Where within the HTML code should this additional code be placed?
You are the BEST!!! Thank you so much. :)
On behalf of my colleague, you're welcome.
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