Hi Alexis D'Alba,
I was facing the same problem, so here is what I have done:
I used the form alignment as left and for the Label that needed to be on top I used Rich text and removed the label text from the original label Text.
let me know if you want any help to align your form.
Thank you so much! I will try this next time I set up a form. Sounds like a great solution.
Alexis D'Alba If the solution works, can you click on "Correct Answer" for the post.
While concepts like Ravi's will work I find them cumbersome to maintain, especially with the absolute positioning and the need to create extra RT fields.
You can do this with simple CSS: MktoForms2 :: Mixed Alignment - JSFiddle
In this example, the form as a whole is set to "Layout Above" but two fields are overridden so that are "Layout Left". Should be easy to understand.
Hi, I have the same question...I do not know CSS so will Ravi's solution work better? @ Ravi, I am not sure what you mean by use Rich Text and delete the label text. Here is what I am trying to create (email preference center):
You don't need to know CSS, really, just copy the example.
I find my method easier to maintain. But I'm prejudiced.
Also, based on your other question, you are asking about restyling the form. So you can't avoid CSS -- that's how it's done.
Thank you! So I need to copy your MktoForms2 :: Mixed Alignment - JSFiddle and put it in the HTML?