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What's the best way to create an infinite list with lots for fields?Asked by odnd on August 15, 2016 at 03:21 PM
I have a form that includes a section for the person who's filling it out to enter data in 10 fields for each of every pet they own. Clearly, this will not fit well on a single row that a widget like the Infinite List provides.
Is there any other tool or approach that would solve this problem? Here's a screen shot of the portion of my form I'm talking about:
This is some hard but not impossible. You may wish to use the CONFIGURABLE LIST widget. By default all the fields are placed in a single row. You can use CSS code as provided in a previous thread
to make the fields be in 2 rows.
This would be the only option to create an infinite list.
Thank you very much — I'll give that a shot!
Do let us know if you require assistance with the CSS code.
Oh! I would love some help with the CSS code.
Could you help to put the fields in separate rows as follows?:
Again, the form is at this URL: http://olddogsnewdigs.com/form-adoption.html
• Pet's Name
• Temperament with other animals
• Health Issues
I have checked your JotForm and see that the configurable list is arranged as per your requirement. It seems that you have already figured out in arranging the fields in the configurable list.
If you want to move the Health Issues field to 3rd row, you may change the top and left margins for td.col7 in the CSS code injected as below:
top: 6px !important;
left: 0px !important;
If you are looking for any other changes to the list please let us know. We will be happy to help.
Yes! Thank you so much! I bashed around in the dark and figured it out through study and trial and error! Will try those top / left settings to see how it looks.
Thanks for your help!