- jal4178Asked on June 23, 2012 at 01:58 AM
I recently created an intensive employment application for a client's website. I used the source code of my form to embed it directly into the page I wanted the form on and it's stretching the horizontal boundries of my page. The center field I am trying to fit the form in is only 449px wide. I used the form width tool on JotForm to reduce the size to 440px but when I embedded it the collapsed form areas are 550px wide and screwing with the positioning of my side bars.
I've all ready tried each embedding (script, iframe, etc...) and infact they are even worse, the forms don't show up anything like they do in the preview.The site is done in static HTML 4.01 if that information is helpful.
Anyone know of a solution to this problem?
Otherwise this is an awesome porduct, one I will be using heavily in the future.
- JotForm SupportNeilVicenteAnswered on June 23, 2012 at 04:26 AM
We're having problems with the CDN servers hosting forms that are called using "form.jotform.us" or "form.jotformpro.us".
We advise our users to simply change the URLs in the direct link or in the embed codes to use "www.jotform.us".
Kindly do the same to your form, using script or iFrame method. Let us know if it helps or not. Thanks!