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|11773||Feature requests||Survey editing||public||2016-10-11 15:31||2016-10-14 14:08|
|Summary||11773: Remove / Reduce space between two questions (when doing workarounds)|
|Description||There are workarounds, where two questions should look like one question (e.g. question with one option "No answer" following a multi numeric question).|
It would be nice to have a simple option to remove space between questions for such workarounds.
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Is a template agnostic solution possible? Or is this a silly feature request?
Tony provided a workaround for LS 2.06 (default template)
I already use , in Skeletonquet : nohead class
I have nohead, nobottom etc .....
Css class attaribute is done for this
In comparison to LS 2.06 LS 2.5 is having a lot more space between questions. And between questions and other elements (e.g. bottom).
When discussing workarounds (like using 4 single questions instead of one multi numercial input question) I read statements like "But due the new responsive designs every question takes a lot of space and I think breaks a lot of the intended design."
Is that by convention? Or is that space needed to get mobile views right?
To define this feature request I wonder what would be the best approach.
Adding options to the group section? Or adding a special question-type which can be used to apply css/js predefined routines where the question is placed.
Having Group by Group/all in one/ question by question as view modes is preventing having one concept to design survey flow. I would prefer having a question list and then adding a page separator as a special question. That way you could place every page related option to that question.
|No, only a template issue, default template margin is big|
|2016-10-11 15:31||jelo||New Issue|
|2016-10-13 13:35||jelo||Note Added: 41300|
|2016-10-13 19:45||DenisChenu||Note Added: 41320|
|2016-10-14 13:06||jelo||Note Added: 41351|
|2016-10-14 14:08||DenisChenu||Note Added: 41352|
|2019-11-01 17:25||c_schmitz||Category||Survey design => Survey editing|