In Jotform App Builder, you can find the App Layouts tab, where you can choose from a few premade layouts and apply it to your App. Each of the layouts has a different style, and based on that, the icon, size, shrink mode, alignment of the app header are updated automatically.
On the top right part of the App Builder, click the Paint Roller icon to open the App Designer tab.
Go to the App Layouts tab, find your preferred layout style, and click the Use Layout button to apply. You’re done after that.
Not that applying App Layout will automatically override your custom layout in App Builder. Suppose you wish to undo the action, press CTRL + Z if you’re on Windows or Command-Z on MAC. If, however, that won’t work, apply the Default layout to reset back the layout to its original.
Is it possible to change the format of the phone number field in a form? I am based in the UK and wish to enter a string of 11 digits without any brackets. Could you advise on how I can edit the form I have been using?
My S-I-L uses your program for his soup business orders (savethedaycatering.com) and has tried to resolve a couple of issues but has been unsuccessful. He has a minimum dollar amount for his orders of $15. Soups are usually $14.00 and thus if people electronically tip the driver $1.00 the order will go through. If he allows a discount code of say 10% it not only will discount the soup but also the tip. There should be a way for the discount to be applied to the soup order while still maintaining the $15 minimum order an then having the driver tip added on after the fact. Is this possible?