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    Form Not Passing Correct QTY to Paypal

    Asked by vandydavid on February 23, 2013 at 11:48 PM

    I am trying have a minimum QTY for each product on my form.  After the QTY has been entered it always passes QTY of 1 in Paypal.  It totals correctly on the form, but when it gets to paypal the QTY is wrong.

     

    The form is located at www.promomill.com/fb

    Page URL:
    promomill.com/fb

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by EltonCris on February 24, 2013 at 02:04 AM

    Hi,

    Your form's stand alone version seem to be working fine so I would suggest to re-embed you form using script embed code or iframe embed code.

    Is there any specific reason why you are embedding the form as source code? If you just want to change the product images sizes, you can do that directly with JotForm. Simply inject the following CSS code to your form.

    .form-product-image{

    width: 100px !important;

    height: 100px !important;

    }

    Guide: How to Inject Custom CSS Codes to your Form

    Just change the width/hight values if you want. Thanks!

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    Answered by vandydavid on February 24, 2013 at 03:30 PM

    Thanks, this worked.  I was not aware about the CSS injecction method with JotForm.  All is now working great.

     

    Thanks much!

    The only difference in your code I made was to have Height: auto

    This way all the pictures would keep their correct aspect ration.

    Thanks