Some Browsers do not display the application form properly. What to do?

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    Asked on April 06, 2011 at 04:18 AM

    JotForm application form works perfectly in Safari.  Foxfire, in its "Page View" format, cuts off the bottom of the form, including the "submit" button.  Internet Explorer displays the entire form, EXCEPT for the "submit" button.  I do not know what problems may be occurring in other browser variants.

    It may be relevant that the site was built in Apple's iWeb.  

    Please try to make answers understandable by a tech idiot; my technological understanding is so deep as to be inaccessible.

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    Answered on April 06, 2011 at 04:52 AM


    For every browser, it has its own variation of rendering the paddings, spaces, and sizes.  I noticed in firefox that your footer are is overlapping the iframe of your form. With the current overlapping of your footer over your form, the submit button will not be able to be clickable.  Try manually editing the height of your iframe with the form in it by 2500px, you will notice that the button will show up but won't be clicked in firefox (not sure with other browsers)

    You will need to extend it down lower and minimize your footer's height.  See the screenshot below and see the shaded part, that's the whole area of the footer going on top of your form (click the screenshot below to open in new window):

    Hope this helps