I think you totally misunderstand the use of a table, you have used a
non layered table to hold the form together nicely and then set all
the elements in layers over the top of it! while you should be placing
the items * in * the cells of the table.
1# Copy each form element one by one (except the submit button),
delete the one you copied and then place the cursor * inside * the
cell where you want the element to be and then paste.
2# Create a style called say easistyle (for example), no p tag or any
3# Select the cell the PHP easiForm Errors action is applied to and
then select the easistyle
4# Do the same with the cell the PHP easiCaptcha action is applied to.
5# Place your cursor at the end of the text in each of the cells that
has form element title text and pless the delete kwy once. You have a
return at the end of each of these text titles so the sit up rather
than in the midle as you have selected in the inspector.
6# Select each cell there is a form element in (except the textarea
cell) and then celect to align vertically to the middle.
7# Select the cell the PHP easiCaptcha action is applied to then in
the Actions window for that action select the ‘Captcha Invalid! Please
try again’ checkbox
8# While the PHP easiCaptcha cell is selected you should remove the
‘Form Element Styler’ action from that cell, it is not selected to do
anything and it does not need to be applied there, it is for form
elements (text fields, menus etc) not cells.
9# I suggested and even made a text button for you a couple of weeks
ago for your form, as I explained it is better to do that than set
layers on top of each other to make a button, the way you are doing it
causes problems such as the text area is not being active etc, so…
if you make the button as the example I showed you a few weeks back
then this issue will be solved also.
When you create you new text for a submit button then do the same as I
explained with the other form elements, import the image into a
graphic item and paste it into the cell, then add a PHP easiForm
Elements action to that also.
I have corrected these issues and sent you back the FW site form you
sent me, I have inserted the submit form graphic into the cell but
removed the layers you added to it, so you will need to use your
submit button base graphic and add the text Submit (or whatever) to
the image and then import the new image into the graphic item (that is
now a blank button graphic) and you will have that side up and running
Doing all the above will correct the issues you are having.
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