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Contact form sitting outside of article box and form alignment is wrong.

Thread began 8/20/2013 1:31 pm by ConduciveMammal | Last modified 8/20/2013 2:50 pm by ConduciveMammal | 514 views | 3 replies

ConduciveMammal

Contact form sitting outside of article box and form alignment is wrong.

I've built a form on my contact page but it's not where it's supposed to be. Firstly, it's not inside the article box despite being inside the tags. The article CSS height is set to auto and in Dreamweaver's design view it sits inside it fine, but in the live and online view it's outside the box.

Secondly, the boxes are spaced too far apart and not correctly aligned with the field labels. How do I fix these issues?

A live version of the form can be found at abrasives.whowantsfun.com/contact.php

Thanks,
Liam.

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