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Center the Google reCaptcha field in a form body

Fritz , May 14 at 15:15
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Fritz
How can I center the re-captcha field in a multi column form? I tried in every way and I don't even find a point in the css style tags...screenshot.jpg
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Hi Fritz,
It looks as if you can add CSS to the class .g-recaptcha. setting the right and left margins to auto should center the content.
Bob
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Fritz
Thank you for your suggestion, Bob!
I have solved temporarily the issue by using the custom style that I indicate here below. However I was hoping there was some rwd settings, in the latest version of chronoforms, capable of a better positioning management without the a required manually interventation.
.g-recaptcha {​
​ @media only screen and (min-width: 1265px) { ​
​ padding-left: 8rem;​
​ }​
​ @media only screen and (min-width: 300px) and (max-width: 1264px) {​
​ padding-left: 5%;​
​ }​
​}
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healyhatman
CF uses semantic UI, have a look at its documentation for styling help.
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Fritz
I understand (I can guess) what you're talking about, but my comment is directed to a usage for the CF component more (standard-)user friendly. I can create websites using a cms that are already written/programming (like joomla) and I are of years a regular user of the Rockettheme templates (with rwd Gantry5). Although I know the user interfaces of these platforms, managing to customize a custom style sheet, while creating logos and drawings with vectorial and bitmap graphics platforms, I consider myself a simple standard user and not a php code programmer.​
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​Every time I read answers like yours, I ask myself how many standard users like me, have the time and are able to pick up (and learning) guides and programming summaries to solve small issues. ...and I do not even want to go into the field of linguistic knowledge, which too often uses common use technical abbreviations.​
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​I apologize for my previous post, that didn't want to be a criticism but a simple suggestion.
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healyhatman
You don't need to be a programmer to use semantic UI it's the whole point of it. If you had a look you would understand that. Instead of flooding the forums with simple questions you could try to research what I took the time to try and tell you about.
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