I'm not following this completely. In terms of 'Your Field Name' can I assume that you are referring to the field with the checkbox? (in my case the checkbox is for a mailing list and the field is aptly titled 'Mailing List') and then do I go ahead and use the 'Label' in Forms 2.0 as usual and hope it floats said info to the right?
So with that logic, i can just paste that code into my landing page template where exactly? I popped it into the <style> section with no luck and I'm just not seeing how this is to work.
For anyone searching the community, there is a very simple fix.
Instead of using a "checkbox", you can use a "checkboxes" type of form field. You clean the label and set the label width to 0, then you set only 1 value for the field (unlike Checkbox, Checkboxes enables the user to set values for the field, as radio buttons and picklists).
If the underlying field is a boolean, just make sure you are setting the stored value to 1 or Yes
Great tip and thanks for sharing, Greg. We've been using this approach since the deployment of Forms 2.0. However, we use "TRUE" as the stored value and that works as well.