Using Jotform

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It was recommended by Homestead to use Jotform to incorporate forms on my website. This is a great tool, but when a form looks good in the desktop/laptop preview it doesn't look correct (cut off and shifted right) in the mobile preview. If I correct it in the mobile view, then it's not correct in the laptop/desktop view. What can I do to "lock" these in correctly in each mode, so both views can see the form correctly?
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This would most likely be a change in the code that would need to occur; however, we cannot troubleshoot that code for you. Jotform is one suggestion but there are many companies out there that provide forms, so if this one is not working for you, you could always try to see if another works better for you.

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