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Posted on 2016-08-13
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Hi all,
How can I get this form to show correctly on a mobile? The fields are almost non existent but looks fine on a desktop browser:

http://bit.ly/2b1hUj3
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Question by:Stephen Forlance
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by:Mukesh Yadav
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Try this ;)

You need to remove fieldset tag from the form. And to keep to page layout same you also need to add a row and cols to show all the three links you are showing in the right side of the form.

Thanks,
Mukesh Yadav
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Prasadh Baapaat earned 450 total points
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Add a new row below the BREADCRUMB

add the 2 Divs (just cut and paste whole code from start to end of tag)) as 1 in col-md-8

and

the links in col-md-4

so on a mobile the form will be displayed correctly and links will go below the form.

refer the below screenshot as explanatory image...

make Form mobile veiw
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