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Not Aligning properly

Thread began 3/11/2010 1:47 pm by warrenphillips25336771 | Last modified 3/15/2010 5:15 pm by Eric Mittman | 718 views | 3 replies |

warrenphillips25336771Beta Tester

Not Aligning properly

hi


So I got your form solution pack and still can't get it right, I have an earlier version of the contact solution pack installed on the server so I don't know if this is going to cause problems, I have messed around with the css files all day and still no joy, the page I am refering to is all the w's warrenphillipswebdesign(dot)co(dot)uk her eis what i am struggling with

1: aligning all those form fields to the left so it aligns nicely
2: changing the noise in the captcha


I read an earlier post about changing it in the spry validation field but that does not work., also do i need to add ue to this solution in order to get the emails?

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Eric Mittman

The Contact Form Solution Pack does not need anything else to send the emails, it will work standalone.

When I visit the contact page I just get a blank page. Are you configuring this locally? What is the result you are currently getting and how does it differ from what you would like in the end?

You should be able to just adjust the css for the form elements to get them positioned where you would like them. If things seem not right you might want to try going back to the default contact form page and start editing that.

With a link to the page we could give you some pointers to help you get it looking the way you want it.

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warrenphillips25336771Beta Tester

Ooppsss

Hi Eric

Sorry Just realized that I have it in the wrong section, it is the form builder that is giving me hassle.

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Eric Mittman

I think that I responded to another thread you had about the alignment of the elements. As for the noise color for the captcha you can change that by adding this url parameter to the image path for the captcha:

noisecolor=

So the path to the image for the captcha on the form should look like this:

php:
<img  src="WA_ValidationToolkit/WAVT_CaptchaSecurityImages.php?field=Registration_group_Security_code&font=Fonts/MOM_T___.TTFamp;noisecolor=000000



You would then set the color you would want it to be in place of the 000000.

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