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problems with the form on my websiteAsked by MMBEntertainment on May 26, 2016 at 06:01 PM
Hope you can help im really new at this. I currently have a contact form on my webpage but i need to move it to the left hand side to make way for some content on the left. Please see the website at the bottom.
Once you see the page you will know what i mean. I need them side by side both the contact form and contact details.
I noticed that what you used as your container for your form to be embedded is the paragraph tag (<p>). I suggest to use the div tag for you to be able to have the capacity to control the width of the form being displayed on your page.
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Thank you for getting back to me.
I have tried that but still no luck. Ideally I would like the contact form
Do you have a sample page where you have made adjustments to your container of the form? As how I understand it you just wanted to trim the width of your contact form in the page. So there can be more room to put another.
Here's a sample of what I did when I replaced the <p> tag with a <div> http://www.lexanimo.com/jotform/MMBEntertainment.html
You will also notice that there are colored borders. I intentionally placed that so that you will be able to see that I have controlled the width of the div container in order to place the other part (other contact details) next to it.
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