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  • szipet
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    Thank You very much Ally,

    awesome support! 🙂
    The custom code did the trick.

    Just a quick question. I use a child theme, and which is the better approach to add these custom codes: put them into the child theme’s functions.php or create the new plugin quform-custom-code.php? Or is there no difference between them?

    Thank You!
    Peter

    in reply to: Sticky header covers multistep form's progress bar #28817

    szipet
    Participant

    Hi Ally,

    the “Scroll offset”-method worked fine!

    Thank You again! 🙂

    in reply to: This field is required #28671

    szipet
    Participant

    Thank You very much!

    in reply to: Problems with Enfold and styles #28657

    szipet
    Participant

    Well, i figured it out: just added a “.quform” selector before:
    .quform .quform-option-label span.quform-option-icon {
    float: left !important;
    }

    And with option-text set to “display:flex” all text-lines are aligned left (and not just the first 2 lines).

    in reply to: Problems with Enfold and styles #28656

    szipet
    Participant

    Hi Ally,
    thank you very much!

    Unfortunately the 3rd problem is not yet solved.
    In the browser’s inspector i can set manually the option-text to display:block and the option-icon to float:left, and it is working there, but if i add this to the custom css, it is override by the quform.css as there is a same line with “float: none !important”.

    .quform-option-label span.quform-option-icon {
    float: left !important;
    }

    Any workaround?

    in reply to: This field is required #28655

    szipet
    Participant

    Hi,
    i managed to rewrite this code for quform2, but how can i remove the red border-color also when clicking inside the field? (i use the “Simple” style)

    <script>
    jQuery(document).ready(function ($) {
    $(‘.quform-field-text’).click(function () {
    $(this).closest(‘.quform-spacer’).find(‘.quform-error’).slideUp();
    });
    });
    </script>
    Thx!

    in reply to: Confirm email address error message #28626

    szipet
    Participant

    I got it: as every form has a unique ID, i just have to put the codes multiple times in the function.php with different error message.

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