Underdog
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"Responsive" or "Classic" - Which is better?

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Hello Everyone,

Creating a new Form - which is better?  Responsive or Classic?

Thank you!

 

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SimonMuntz
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Re: "Responsive" or "Classic" - Which is better?

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Hi,

The two form types have their pro's and cons.
Classic allows for pixel perfect positioning of your controls and if you are into CSS and Javascript it also allows for that.

I see in your other posts that you are looking to hide and unhide panels based on checkboxes etc.
If you use a responsive form you will have no problems at all. If you are new to Nintex Forms and use a Classic form you may run into issues with white space and overlapping controls.
Responsive forms have styling options so there is no functionality to add CSS.
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Underdog
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Re: "Responsive" or "Classic" - Which is better?

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Ok.  I think, based on your thoughts, that I'll go with the Responsive, as I'm new to Nintex Forms.

 

Thank you for taking time to respond and giving me some guidance!

 

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Underdog
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Re: "Responsive" or "Classic" - Which is better?

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Hi Simon,

Is there a link that will show me how to make the Nintex Form interactive?

Thanks!

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