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There is a considerably large amount of space at the bottom of the form on both the parts - before and after the page breaks.Asked by Fireblast on November 17, 2013 at 12:46 AM
I tried to modify the code and delete the additional paragraph tags but that makes the whole form lose its syle and also makes everything unresponsive.
If you checked your form from Jotform, there's no white space under the page break elements. http://www.jotform.co/form/32707522611851
The problem is the way you've embedded the form source code. Maybe you've put pressed "Enter key" or "Return key" many times when embed your form source code so it creates paragraphs with white spaces. I can even view it on your page source. Just delete these paragraphs on the content where you've pasted your form source code. This should fixed it.
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The <p></p> tags have inside them. I removed all such tags. The space was reduced but the form became unresponsive. It doesn't validate email addresses(whether they are in correct format, etc.) nor does the next button take me to the second half of the page.
Please help !
JotForm Support Manager
The problem with your page is that you got lots of calls to jquery libraries that are in conflict with the form's source code. When this happens, all validations gets disabled automatically
I would recommend you to remove the whole code you have embedded (source code) and replace it with the iFrame version of the form in order to prevent these conflicts. You can choose to insert it between <div> tags
Let us know if further help is needed
The reason why I didn't use iFrame version was because I didn't need some specific fields in my form...for which I had to edit the code. Is there any other way around it? Please let me know.
I have to put the code for the form in Drupal CMS
In that case, I would further suggest removing the fields from your form. You can do that in our form builder. Just edit the form, save the changes and re-embed using the suggested iFrame Method. However, if you will still prefer to use the form source codes, I would suggest separating the form codes into another HTML File. Upload this file to your server and still use it as an iFrame. You can generate iFrame Codes through this website: http://www.htmlbasix.com/iframe.shtml
Please take note that removing some script/codes from the source codes would prevent your form from working.