This applies to Nintex Forms 2016, Nintex Forms 2013 and Nintex Forms 2010 and is suitable for new and beginner users of Nintex Forms.
In this tutorial we’re going to explore some basic formatting you can do to change the look and feel of your Nintex Form.
To start with, you will need a form. In this example I am using a Job Application Form. If you want to use a form you already have, head down directly to Change the Logo. Or you can create a new custom SharePoint list with the columns listed below:
Click on the Settings icon and then Add an App. Select Custom List and call it “Online Job Application”.
Open your new list and add in the following columns.
Click on the List Tab, and select Nintex Forms in the Ribbon.
When you open the Nintex Forms designer, you will find that the form has automatically been populated with the SharePoint List columns. However, you may need to tweak the form and move controls around to get the look you want or add additional label controls onto the form. The form below is how I have organized this Online Job Application form.
To change the logo of your form, select the Image control at the top of the form and enter the URL of the image you want to add in. If you are creating a form to sit outside your firewall, the URL will need to be publicly accessible. For example; the image I am using sits in Dropbox, and I use a public link from there.
In the Image URL field, enter the URL to the image.
Now that you have changed the logo, the next step is to make some basic formatting changes to tie in with the Logo image.
For the font color and size, change the label controls to white and bold. Click on the first label control, “First Name”, and in the formatting fields at the top of the page, change the font to white and bold.
Use the Format Painter to copy the formatting to all the other label controls on the form.
Select the First Name label, and click on Format Painter in the Ribbon, then select the label controls you want to apply the formatting to.
Click the Smart Phone button in the Layouts section of the Ribbon. Nintex Forms will create a Smart Phone layout version of the form, meaning that one published, this form will render on all mobile devices, e.g. iPhones, Blackberries etc.
Again you may have to tweak this form, so that controls are in the right place, or to add background color to the Smart Phone layout, i.e. click Settings in the Ribbon, add the HEX code in the Background color field.
Hi. Just a quick on. I am using the Add Attachment below. When used, my Submit, Close, Save buttons move.
Is there a way to prevent the buttons moving down as you Add Attachments?