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[Resolved] Displaying Subcategories in CRED Form

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Last updated by Eric 8 years ago.

Assisted by: Ahmed Hussein.

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#398956
categories-columns.gif

On an "Add Listing" CRED form, users can select categories and subcategories from a checkmark field. I used custom CSS to line the values to choose from in three columns (see attachment).

How can I get the parent categories and subcategories to line up evenly. I don't want the subcategories to indent under their parent categories. I would like subcategories to display like the parent categories, just three columns of values to choose from, no indentations. 🙂

#399026

Hi, Thanks for contacting Toolset support forums.

Can you please provide me with a link to the page where you're having this problem?

Cheers!

#400378

Hi Ahmed. The website is at hidden link. You will need to log into the site to visit the add a listing CRED form. I can provide you with credentials if you provide me a private means of sending it to you. 🙂 Eric

#400808

Hi Eric,

I marked the next comment as private, please go ahead and provide me with the login information.

Thanks!

#401303

Hi Eric,

I added the following CSS style to the CRED form CSS field and it did the trick:

.wpt-form-set-children{
  padding:0px !important;
  margin: 0px !important;
}

.wpt-form-set-children li {
    width: 33% !important;
}

I removed the margin and padding from the children categories

    and gave them same width as the parents.

    Please check and let me know if that solved your problem.

    Cheers!

#402079

Thank you Ahmed. I appreciate the CSS. 🙂

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