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Form cut off short when published - I can't see the submit button!Asked by newmantours on October 10, 2013 at 10:20 PM
The form I have designed has quite a few conditional questions which means that from the onset the form looks very short, but as you fill it in it becomes much longer. After adding the html code into the widget on my webdesign software I dragged the length of the box that the form is in so that the form box was very long and the form wouldn't be cut short when published. However, either jotform or my webdesign software seemed to automatically reduce the size of the box when I published so that you can't event submit the form because when you fill it out and other boxes appear the 'Submit' button gets lost below the boundries of the box.
Any ideas for a solution? I'd rather not have everything visable from the onset.
I would suggest to re-embed your form using iframe embed code. This should help fixed this issue. Getting the Form iFrame Code.
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