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bywebleiden, September 15, 2013
Took me more than a day to add second form page and after 2 days styling css with no luck...I gave up. It's good to have all options under the fingertips but it's bad if you have to customise something.
This makes it very difficult for me to get the result I need. Now I want to find something else or create my form with PHP.
Appreciate their offer to make my form, but I don't like to ask for unpaid help for free plugins.
Owner's reply


thank you for your review.

Concerning css:

mod_qlform produces a very clean and solid html code. Thus it is easily accessible for css commands. Just use basic css knowledge (float: left; clear both; a. s. o.).

Concerning module assignment:

mod_qlform is just like any other module in Joomla! that you assign to a menu item in a module position. Even several usages on one single page is possible.


PS: I will consider offering basic style parameters in backend for easier usage of this module:-)