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Since my Webform has a column of 132 selections and I am unable to make trickery with CSS finding this module was a relief. Until I tried implementing it.
I am lost at the opening sentence. What is meant by "In the definition of form element checkboxes/radios, add the '#multicolumn' property". I understand that a new form component type named '#multicolumn' is created but exactly which file is the php snippet inserted?
In the section Webform usage it instructs creating a module and adding a hook. If I've downloaded the module why do I need to create one?
In the section Note to module writers it is mentioned "you can add multi-column settings to your checkboxes/radios without dependency to this module. For sites that have this module enable, your checkboxes and radios will be in muti-column."
That says to me that the module takes care of inserting code snippets. I dunno, that is why I am asking for clarification.
The Webform examples, including php snippet, edit individual nodes. If the module is implemented correctly does it apply to all Webforms or is the user required to implement at the node level.
I am not pointing out fault with instruction, they likely make perfect sense, but as you can tell I am very confused.