Problem with JotForm and WordPress

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    Asked on April 28, 2010 at 08:39 PM
    Hello.  I am trying to embed a new form in a customer's WordPress site.  (Test version of the site is located here...  You will see that there is a large empty space in the middle of the home page.  (Or, at least there is on FireFox.  I have not yet tested on IE or Opera.)  This is because the area uses the Featured Content Gallery plugin by iePlexus.

    As soon as I added the form, the Featured Content Area went completely blank.  If I remove the JotForm code from the Widget area, the Featured Content Gallery area reappears and works as expected.

    Any idea how to fix this issue?

    Also, why are there so many links to external files in the new version.  I'm guessing one of these links may somehow be interfering with the Featured Content plugin??
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    Answered on April 28, 2010 at 09:02 PM
    Okay... Update to my own question...  This apparently only causes a problem when putting the full source code into the Widget area.  I have replaced this with the JotForm URL code instead and it is no longer interfering with the Featured Content Gallery plugin.

    This is good, however...  Now I cannot modify the form with custom HTML.  This isn't necessarily a major issue, however, I very much would like to be able to remove some of the empty spacing at the top of the form.  (Please see and view the form on the right.)

    Thank you.
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    Answered on April 30, 2010 at 02:58 AM
    Unfortunately, there is no setting to change the size of the space at the top of the form. I added this to tour suggestion list and we will look into adding something like that to Form Preferences.