Support » Plugin: Contact Form by WPForms - Drag & Drop Form Builder for WordPress » Different field margins and different field widths.

  • Resolved michalrama



    I don’t know why, but the form is wrong.

    It’s better to look directly at it. You can clearly see that the first “double” field has a larger upper and lower edge than the other fields. + The last field is illogically wider.

    I did not find anything. No plugin or custom css code causes the problem.

    I’m sure it’s related to your plugin. But how do I fix it?

    Please for advice.

    Thank you

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  • Thread Starter michalrama



    I’ve already fixed it, but I want to point out a few “shortcomings”.

    1. If you have a field split into multiple parts (eg, an email confirmation or a name field format), the top and bottom margins of the field are larger.

    2. If you insert a field paragraph text, it is wider because others have a max-width: 60%;.

    3. Field number automatically displays arrows. This is useful, but sometimes they are a nuisance. There should be a chance to hide them.

    4. Fields are automatically assigned an ID that cannot be changed.

    Plugin Support Ethan Choi


    Hi michalrama,

    Thanks for your feedback, and I’ve noted them for our team’s future review.

    However I was not able to replicate the issue of a multi-column field having larger top and bottom margin. If you do encounter a similar issue, please feel welcome to reach out.

    Thanks 🙂

    Thread Starter michalrama



    As I said, the problem is not caused by custom css code or any other plugin. But, I only use it on one site, so maybe the theme used is causing it.

    I just want to add one more thing.

    5. It would be a good idea to set the number of allowed characters for fields.

    I would close it. For Name and Surname I used one common field and for
    Commentary single line text.

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