New Flexible Width For Your Form & Field Labels

change field label and form width

We’re excited to announce two new features that just came out of our labs. You can now change the width of your form and field labels without a hassle and match them for any screen resolution.

  • Label Width. You don’t need to use CSS anymore in order to adjust the width of your field labels. This is an amazing improvement when placing large portions of text as labels on the left or right side of the form fields.
  • change field label width

    How to use it

    • Go to the editor section of your form
    • Open the Form Layout Options panel on top
    • Next to Label Width, hover over the drop down
    • Select any of the available options: 25%, 50% or 75%.

    change field label width

    Note: You will not see this option if you are using top aligned field labels.

  • Enhanced Form Width. Until now, you had the option to adjust your form width in pixels with the help of the slider. Now you can use the Form Width option to resize the width of your form in percentages, too. This means you can auto-adjust the width of your form depending on the used screen resolution. For example, if you adjust the form width to 100%, the form will expand on the entire width of the screen. Awesome-friendly feature for a mobile-friendly web form!
  • change form width

    How to use it

    • Go to the editor section of your form
    • Open the Form Layout Options panel on top
    • Next to Form Width, hover over the drop down
    • Select %
    • Use slider on the right to adjust the width in %.

change form width

By using the above features, you have a higher edge on building your web forms in a more flexible and creative way. Now you don’t have to use CSS for achieving the same results anymore. You will find these new features in the form layout options within the form editor. Drop by and try them out!

Olivian Stoica
Olivian Stoica
is the Search Engine & Conversion Optimization Analyst at 123ContactForm. He has a keen knowledge of the platform, providing useful articles and guides about building web forms.

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