Two-column forms via CSS

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Hi there,

I am using some of the free marketplace templates (https://marketplace.hubspot.com/products/airfleet/airfleet-event-page

http://airfleet-4078036.hs-sites.com/airfleet-event-templat) which also contains a two-column form. Anyway in the installed template itself the related form is missing, so I tried to do it manually with a general Hubspot form, but somehow it doesn't work to show up the form fields in two columns.

 

Is there in general already some CSS class available for any Hubspot landingpage form, to set it up with two columns instead of single column?

I just found this source https://community.hubspot.com/t5/Blog-Website-Page-Publishing/Help-with-multi-column-form-fieldset-w... but not sure if this works in general...

 

Thank you for your help!

Constantin

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HubSpot Product Team

Hey @cdhq_cpander, thanks for posting in the forum! 
Did you know that you can arrange your form fields side-by-side in the form editor? You can see this in action here: https://knowledge.hubspot.com/forms/arrange-form-fields-side-by-side

FYI it is currently not possible to arrange form fields in 3 columns in the form editor and by default, the fields will be arranged in a 50:50 layout. If you need to make further adjustments to the look and feel of the form, that's where CSS would come in handy.

 

Do give the above a try and if you need further assistance with your form, please include a link to the page that has your form. I'm happy to take a closer look and point you in the right direction! Smiley Happy

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HubSpot Product Team

Hey @cdhq_cpander, thanks for posting in the forum! 
Did you know that you can arrange your form fields side-by-side in the form editor? You can see this in action here: https://knowledge.hubspot.com/forms/arrange-form-fields-side-by-side

FYI it is currently not possible to arrange form fields in 3 columns in the form editor and by default, the fields will be arranged in a 50:50 layout. If you need to make further adjustments to the look and feel of the form, that's where CSS would come in handy.

 

Do give the above a try and if you need further assistance with your form, please include a link to the page that has your form. I'm happy to take a closer look and point you in the right direction! Smiley Happy

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Hey @joceyng , 

great, thank you for this helpful information! 

Best,

Constantin

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