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Page Breaks Not WorkingAsked by nextexit on July 23, 2013 at 03:03 AM
I've just signed up to Jotform and think it is hands down the easiest online form builder I've ever used.
My only problem is the page break buttons not functioning properly on my site. When I try to hit 'Next' either in the preview screen or logging out trying as a regular user, it doesn't go to the next page. I have tried clearing my cache as well, still nothing.
If anyone could help, that would be great.
I checked your form and I was able to see the problem. Here are what you should do to fix that.
1.) Remove the page break first
2.) Since you want the page break to be placed right after Billing Address (if different from Site Address), please right click that field and expand it.
3.) Add the page break
That's it. It should be working after that.
Let us know if you need further assistance. Thanks!
Great! Working a treat now. Thank you so much.
You're welcome! =)
This is not working for me help
Upon checking your form with its direct link, I found it to be working fine. Clicking on "Next" button takes me to "Page 2 of registration:".
Please let us know where you want the page break in your from and how it should work. We will be happy to assist you implement that in your form.
You should start a new thread for you own question. That would help us to give your proper assistance and at the same time it would help other users with having the same problem.