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[Resolved] formatting the form within my page

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  • Plugin Author codepeople

    @codepeople

    Hi,

    Please check this information about placing specific CSS rules to the fields: http://wordpress.dwbooster.com/faq/calculated-fields-form#q82

    Thank you for using the plugin!

    Yes, I have seen this information, however, it doesn’t tell you how to format the whole calculated fields into your page. It just tells you how to style your fields. I want to be able to align the entire calculator including it’s title within the stylesheet of my page. Would you possibly have any other information in this regard?

    Plugin Author codepeople

    @codepeople

    Hi,

    The previously FAQ entry provided and this other FAQ entry contains the info about styling the form and align the fields:

    http://wordpress.dwbooster.com/faq/calculated-fields-form#q66

    Thank you!

    The first link you provided describes how to format the form so that the fields appear in a single line across rather than stacked columns.

    The second link you provided descibes how to apply CSS styles by applying CSS class to the fields.

    Neither of these links is answering my question. I want to place an image next to the entire form. Either on the left side or right side. It seems like the form I created using Calculated Fields Form takes up the entire width of my page. If I try to place a photo next to it, on either side, it either kicks the photo down to the next line, or the form itself kicks down to the next line. Why can’t I place images next to the form? How do I override this?

    Thanks for you help.

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