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css formbulder sizing issues....

Thread began 12/30/2010 1:29 pm by nmournian406315 | Last modified 12/30/2010 2:02 pm by Jason Byrnes | 639 views | 1 replies |

nmournian406315

css formbulder sizing issues....

When i create a form in cssformbuiler and use the css button to edit the size of the form to - say 250 pixels (doesn't seem to matter what number i put in here) the form when placed inside a table with width of 300 pix will simply blow up all over the webpage.
the only way i have been able to contain the size of the form is if i actually go in and edit every form field to smallest setting possible which unfortunatly destroys the nice layouts in your predesigned forms.
is a table the correct container?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In the CSS Editing window, you will need to edit the width of the form elements. Setting the width of the form will not contain the form elements if they are set to have a greater width.


In the CSS Editing Window, change the dropdown to Form Elements, then go through each element type that will be contained in the form, and edit the width.

Yes, you can use a table as a container for a css form.

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