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Contactform on iWeb website does not workAsked by Theo Keijzer on August 17, 2013 at 02:49 AM
I've made a contact form with a script from your company on my website ( www.t-k-p.nl )
and offline it works perfect, but when published on the net it shows a lot of text (HTML), but no
What goes wrong?
Hope to hear from you soon and that you can help me fixing this problem.
Thanks for you reply.
Enclosed you'll find some screendumps.
Is this what you mean?
Op 17 aug. 2013, om 18:44 heeft JotForm Support Forum het volgende geschreven:
I am not seeing any attachment. Can you provide some detail on how you added the form to your web page as I am not seeing it in your source code for your contact page. It would also help if you could verify the url for where your form is embed. I am currently looking at this page http://www.t-k-p.nl/t-k-p/contactform.html.
A solution to the problem would be for you to add the script tag below to your form as I am not seeing it when I view the link that I sent you above. If you need more information on how to add the form to your webpage please review this link
I've just send a movie with all I have done to 'wetransfer.com'.
I think you will get an email soon to download the movie.
What I do:
I have a contactform in my forms with jotform.com;
I copy the script for iweb and place this in a html-snippet on my contactform;
I adjust the size;
save my document;
publish it from the folder on my harddisk (so not from the internet);
watch the website on firefox and all is well.
Than I publish the website again, but than on the FTP-server of my webhost,
and watch the website on firefox and all then I don't see the form.
What do I do wrong?
Op 17 aug. 2013, om 22:08 heeft JotForm Support Forum het volgende geschreven:
Did you try adding the script tag to your form again? When I view the source code of your page I do not see the script tag. I see this instead
Please re-add the script that I sent you earlier and let us know if that fix the problem.
Please watch the movie and
perhaps you can tell me what I do wrong.
Bestanden (18 MB totaal)
Please watch the movie and could you than tell me what I do wrong.
Op 18 aug. 2013, om 00:34 heeft JotForm Support Forum het volgende geschreven:
If you are referring to this website http://www.t-k-p.nl/t-k-p/contactform.html where your form was embedded, I would like to inform you that we currenlty could not view it properly.
I was also able to download and view the movie you provided from here http://we.tl/00JOWE82yy
So, I was able to understand what you need.
Please try using this guide Adding-Form-to-iWeb to re-embed your form.
If the iweb method will still not work, use the Iframe Code instead.
Use this guide Getting-the-Form-iFrame-Code
Hope this help. Please inform us if still not successful, so we can assist you further.
I've done what you wrote: using the iFrame Code and I've even changed my form a little (in text and size), but I still get no form on my website when it's published on the web. When I publish local (on a folder on my computer) it's perfect, but published on the web I still get the message "This page cannot be displayed".
Hope you'll have another solution.
The error that you are having seems to be related to IIS and not to how the form is integrated within your web page. IIS needs permission to execute the script for the form on your web page. Please review this link for a possible solution to the problem. I would also visit the Microsoft Support Services page for more information. Please let us know if allowing IIS to execute the scripts fixed the problem.