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Forms Builder and form layout

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  1. Eric
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    For my site I need to make some forms, but the some are quite large. To reduce scrolling some I'd like to change where the label is about a textbox. Is there a way to place it to the left of a textbox instead of above it as is the default? Thank you!

    Eric
  2. Eric
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    Actually I've found it under settings, but now I'm curious if I can do a mix and match and selectively choose? Is that what the CSS class is there for?

    Eric
  3. Svetoslav Petsov
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    Hi Eric,

     When you set the CssClass property of the form control, Sitefinity wraps it in a div with the specified class, so - yes, you can set the different css classes to your controls and style them the way you like.

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  4. Kevin
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    Unfortunately it also sets the class on the input tag itself, which doubles up the style.  This seems like a bug... the class should be applied to the div OR the input, but not both.
  5. Kevin
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    Unfortunately it also sets the class on the input tag itself, which doubles up the style.  This seems like a bug... the class should be applied to the div OR the input, but not both.
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