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    IE Script Error - version 9.0.8xxxx

    Asked by guest_23484087619059 on December 14, 2012 at 10:37 AM

    Hi, I have been contacted by a couple of people letting me know that there is a script error that appears in IE version 9.0.8xxx on one of the websites that I administer, specifically on this page: http://www.farmtotable.colostate.edu/eat.php

    I am unable to duplicate the error, but I have posted a screenshot of the error here for you to see:
    www.farmtotable.colostate.edu/images/ie-script-error.jpg

    What's interesting is that it states that the error is on line 548, but even when I view the source code through the browser, the last line in the file is 416.

    Anyway, the error message is directly related to the JotForm code.  I wanted to make you aware of this and see if you might be able to provide a solution for me.

    Thank you!

    Darrin Goodman
    Web Systems Coordinator
    Colorado State University Extension
    970-491-2734
    darrin.goodman@colostate.edu

    Page URL:
    http://www.farmtotable.colostate.edu/eat.php

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    IE Script Error JotForm source jpg message
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    Answered by moonzkie on December 14, 2012 at 12:19 PM

     Hi,

    I have tested your form and I was not able to replicate to the problem as well. Instead of using Source as your form's embed code, try using iframe. Doing so will prevent clashes between your jQuery plugins and Jotform's own scripts.

    To embed using iframe:

    1.  Go to Setup & Embed tab

    2.  Click on Embed Form button

    3.  In the Embed Form Wizard, choose iframe

    4.  Copy the codes provided then paste it in your page

    Let us know how these solutions work out for you.