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Positioning of Radio answers 2 years 2 months ago #86120

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I am using Version 1.92+ Build 120919; and I am making a single answer radio question.

If the responses are short, for example Yes or No, the labels move under the radio buttons. Otherwise they are to the right of the radio buttons.

I am using the bluengray template. How can I get it so that all of my responses are to the right?
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Re: Positioning of Radio answers 2 years 1 month ago #86373

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Can you please activate a sample for us to see?
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Re: Positioning of Radio answers 2 years 1 month ago #86391

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www.surveyservicedata.com/websurv/lim/in...hp?sid=79948&lang=en

there are 3 questions:

the first one has short answers, they appear underneath the radio button

the second one is the same answers, but with a bunch of embedded non-breaking spaces next to it... notice that it causes some weird spacing between rows

the third one has longer answers and works correctly


Thanks!
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Re: Positioning of Radio answers 2 years 1 month ago #86394

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Try adding this to the end of template.css:
.list-radio .answers li label {
    display: inline;
}
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Re: Positioning of Radio answers 2 years 1 month ago #86395

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that worked, you sir both rock and also roll...
previously it had said:
display: inline-block;

I am curious, what is the difference?

Thanks again Tony!
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Re: Positioning of Radio answers 2 years 1 month ago #86396

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The block part allows setting of width, height, etc. which sometimes the browser messes up if not explicitly defined.
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