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Form refused display on the top

Thread began 3/02/2010 4:48 pm by james276087 | Last modified 3/12/2010 11:11 pm by impeccabledesign400696 | 964 views | 9 replies |

james276087

Form refused display on the top

Created the Contact Form (looks great), but doesn't display on the top of Content column( have left column).
I tried almost everything and i couldn't figuere it out...
little help please

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

please post a link so we can see the problem to determine the cause.

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james276087

How are you Jason???
You had nice rain there in San Diego....
I can't believed that i'm receiving email but without all the contact information....
thanks again and i'm grad you (best) will help me.

contactus.php

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the css01.css file, add overflow:hidden; to the #outerWrapper #contentWrapper #content selector.


#outerWrapper #contentWrapper #content {
margin:0 5px 0 180px;
overflow:hidden;
}

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james276087

As always....
The Best....
thank you very much Jason

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impeccabledesign400696

form won't display @ top

I have a issue similar to the post above me....I can't get my form to display @ the top of the page....I've tried editing the UI Standout_default CSS file and the CSS definition directly below that to no avail. I can't get the results I want in the source code either...Any help would be greatly appreciated

consultation.html

I'm making changes offline but what I have online is doing the same thing...

Impeccable Design

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impeccabledesign400696

Reply to my earlier post

I got it to display using the suggestions above in my source code...
Thanks WA Forums !

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impeccabledesign400696

form across container

consult.html

I'm able to get my form at the top (close enough) but I can't get it to span across the page despite eliminating the right padding in it's containing div and specifying a width of 35 ems while generating the form ? Can anyone help me ? I'm also having difficulties getting my PHP to work (I purchased the Solution Suite) I can direct that issue elsewhere in the forum. This issue is just increasingly frustrating....since I can't find fault...

Impeccable Design

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the CSSFormBuilder/FD_Standout_Default.css, increase the width of the form.Standout_Default element.

form.Standout_Default {
background-color:#999999;
padding:60px 60px 60px 60px;
font-size:11pt;
font-family:Futura, "Trebuchet MS", Helvetica, sans-serif;
width:20em;
}

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impeccabledesign400696

Thanks

Thanks for the timely response...appreciate it !

Impeccable Design

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