Very tiny problem...New form padding...

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I need some help desperately...I created a new form and it shows with a top padding of 80 pixels and centered. The problem is that the padding pushes the form down. Scott said it was my CSS, but anything else (images, text etc..) I put in the same place shows correctly (no padding and I checked my CSS and there is no problem). I even placed the form on a brand new, no CSS blank HTML page and it does the same. I created a new form and it does the same.

When the form is pulled from the s-drive (nothing to do with my site) it does the same (see attached image).

Anybody having the same problem? Any help on how to fix? Can anybody show me a form created with the new Web form builder that does not do that?

Thanks

Jorge
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Jorge Pederzini wrote:
I even placed the form on a brand new, no CSS blank HTML page and it does the same. I created a new form and it does the same.

I guess that says it all.

But if you want help. People here will need a link, not a jpg.
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Here's the link:

http://webya.coffeecup.com/forms/Forma_new/

Thanks for the help.
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I reported this issue already.
http://www.coffeecup.com/forums/web-for … lder-lite/
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Eric Rohloff (Rolly) wrote:
I reported this issue already.
http://www.coffeecup.com/forums/web-for … lder-lite/

That issue is different Eric. We need to release an update to Visual Site Designer which is already in the works.
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Jorge Pederzini wrote:
Here's the link:

http://webya.coffeecup.com/forms/Forma_new/

Thanks for the help.

The issue here is you just pasted the markup inside of your <body> tag. You should wrap it in a <div> container so that you can position the form more to the left.
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I don't know when I pasted the form. All I did was create the form and publish it to the s-drive and it shows like this. http://webya.coffeecup.com/forms/Forma_new/

Also, when I put it on my site is already within a div tag and it does the same padding and centering.
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It may be a tiny problem to some, for me right now is a big problem.
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Where's the webpage that has the form embedded in it?;)
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
http://esmansgreenhouse.com
This is a site I built for use in my job.(HTML Editor)
https://pestlogbook.com
This is my personal site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
https://ericrohloff.com
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I haven't published the page beacuse it looks bad. I can see what it looks like on Dreamweaver preview and the link below (s-drive).

http://webya.coffeecup.com/forms/Forma_new/

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