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How To Place Random Question On Different Line in Form

Thread began 9/22/2009 6:08 pm by paputxi | Last modified 9/23/2009 1:02 pm by Jimmy Wu | 2037 views | 5 replies |

paputxi

How To Place Random Question On Different Line in Form

I have a form that can be seen at customquote.php. How can I get the random security question to appear on a line below the captcha security feature rather than it appearing on the same line as it currently defaults to? As you can see, the random question appears off the display in my form and is therefore unreadable.

Thanks in advance.

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Stevebo

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Jimmy Wu

You can change this by selecting the form you have built and edit the form contents. In this interface, you can select the Security group, which is the one that has the captcha and security question in it. Click the edit button and then in the interface that pops up, you can put different items on different lines by moving them up or down.

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paputxi

Thanks, Jimmy. It seems that will work. However, for clarification, I moved it down to Line 2 which already has a hidden field. Can I leave it there (I now have Set 1 and Set 2 there) or should I create a new Line and put the random question there by itself? Wasn't sure just moving it down to Line 2 along with the existing hidden field would cause problems.

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Jimmy Wu

It should be fine on the same line as the hidden field.

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anonymous

Also, another way to accomplish this is when editing the form's design, you can choose "one column" instead of the default setting for two. In my experience, this forces everything onto it's own line in one straight column regardless of line definitions inside the content.

Cheers,

Brian

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Jimmy Wu

Thanks for the input Brian. That should also do the trick as well.

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