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Mellony Gibson
Web Designer & Developer
Asked a question last year

I'm posting my question again as my previous one seems to have disappeared from this list. I chose the 'Clare' inline form on ConvertKit. When I added the shortcode to WordPress (using Elementor Pro), it displayed the submit button below the name and email field, rather than inline as per the preview. I checked if this was an issue with padding and it's not and the same thing happens to rest of my site when adding the same shortcode. I have also left it for a day thinking it may resolve itself but it hasn't. Any ideas on how to fix this?

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Kaitel Männikust
Email automation enthusiast

Hi, Mellony!

I looked on your website and see you fixed the issue. My guess is, that the box containing your Clare form just wasn't wide enough for the button and fields to be in the same row and the button got pushed on to the next row.

Was that the case?

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