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Form Layout: How do I make the form wider?Asked by sherylt13 on May 29, 2016 at 09:54 PM
The form is very narrow on my web site page, thanks.
Also,the form is going to the user who input the information but not to me. How do I set it up so I receive the information after users input their information?
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I would not find a JotForm embedded on the link you provided, but you should be able to increase the width of your form by opening the form preferences, to do it click on the preferences button on the top toolbar:
Once there click on the Form Styles tab and then increase the width of your form there as shown in the image below:
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Thanks so much for the quick response. I copied/pasted the wrong link from my website, here is the correct one --> http://www.fitnessforalifetime.com/?contentId=1035548. The form is still very narrow, despite updating the Form Width under Preferences.
Any further suggestions?
Thanks much (again!)
I think the form width is constrained by several level of nesting tables, what you need to do is adjust the width of the outside elements and the form will also extend to that width.
Thank you, again. Last question, how do I get to that code, I cannot find it? :)
This should increase the width of the element where the form is embedded as well, here is the expected result:
Now, you can increase the width of the form as shown above, and it will be reflected in your embedded form, but do note that you will need to re-embed your form if you make changes in the Form Builder.
Hope this helps.
That makes sense, thanks much!!
Have a great day.