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  1. I have created a simple, one-field form to collect responses to email to me. I would like to center the "Submit" button. In the form settings, I clicked "Advanced," then "Button Alignment: Center." But the button remains aligned to the left side of the page. How do I fix this? Thanks so much! This issue occurs in Chrome and Edge for Windows and Chrome for Android. Don't have Firefox, so haven't checked that. www.middle.st – about 2/3 of the way down (I'm using Bedford, if that helps)
  2. Does anyone know how to pass through UTM parameters on secondary pages within an index? I'm using this script to pass through the UTM parameters to SQF, and using hidden fields on the form (SQF_CAMPAIGN, etc.). I can get the parameters to pass through on the first indexed page (eg. xyz.com/landingpage), but the second page on the index (eg. xyz.com/landingpage-1) will not submit the parameters. Can anyone think of a workaround? Page Looks like this: INDEX PAGE 1 FORM 1 PAGE 2 FORM 2 Reference: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/57600462/how-to-track-utm-data-in-squarespace-form-submissions
  3. Here's my form: Bio Form I'm having problems with customers hitting enter expecting to move within the cell, but enter submits the form before they've completed it. How can I prevent the return key from submitting the form but still allow it to be used normally inside of a field? I've tried the following code, which works for now to stop the form from being submitted, but seems to disable the use of the enter key altogether (I don't want that): $(document).ready(function() { $(window).keydown(function(event){ if(event.keyCode == 13) { event.preventDefault(); return false; } }); }); Thanks in advance for your help!
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