I need to set up a checklist of sorts with 4 columns of instructional text that vary on each line and then 5 columns of actual selections. There will be at least 50 rows.
Example (pipes represent columns):
Question|Action Required|Guidance|Responsible|Comments (multiple lines)|Selection 1(dd)|Selection 2 (dd)|Date (date)|Who (people selector)
I have tried doing the first rows as an HTML field making individual 4×1 tables followed by the 5 fields but that doesn’t look right when I display it since the HTML appears as one ‘field).
Could it should be a matter of adjusting the CSS? OR, is there another approach you would suggest?
Thank you for replying but I decided to go a different route as I made the instructional columns tooltip text instead. This allowed me to skip using the HTML elements in the rows except for my ‘header’ row. I set the widths of the field types I am using in the CSS so that there is a consistent look down the form regardless of the values user put in.
I am happy to submit another post but the only remaining question I have is how can I apply banded rows to the table since each row already has a class, sbjs_formtableTR?