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How to control placement of a checkbox?

Thread began 9/18/2009 12:59 am by steve387748 | Last modified 9/21/2009 3:31 pm by steve387748 | 2480 views | 10 replies


By the way, I noticed that the checkbox is aligned like every other input field in the form so that appears to be the reason it is to the right of the label. Any way to change this so it will be to the left. I have the "I agree that:" checkbox, the Captcha, and the security question all in their own fieldset if that makes a difference.


Originally Said By: steve387748
  When you say create the checkbox on a new line, are you meaning while in the Edit Form tool of FB? Currently the checkbox shows as being on its own line with nothing else. I think the format is something like:

Line 1
Set 1
I agree that: checkbox (validation is on)

Is it perhaps somewhere else I should be looking to force the checkbox to the left?


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