- megafunformAsked on March 17, 2014 at 05:45 AM
I have pasted the form script into my webpage, I have a secure connection to the internet, but the page has not yet been up-loaded to my website domain, when viewing the webpage through my browser, the images are not showing.
Will these images only show once I have uploaded the page to my website domain, or have I forgotten to do something ???
- EliezerNAnswered on March 17, 2014 at 10:12 AM
Is this the form you are talking about? https://www.jotform.com/form/40728742622354
I cloned it and Previewed the Pop up version of the form, but the images appeared with no issues from my side.
I also embedded the code for the Pop up form in an HTML document, but without uploading it. Then opened it in the browser, but the images continued appearing.
Please try embedding the code for your Pop up form in an HTML document just for the code of your form, with no other code or script of your webpage. Probably some script/element of your webpage is causing this behavior.
As you can see in my screenshot above, the images appears even if the HTML doc of the webpage is not uploaded yet. So, the images should show from your side too.
Please follo my suggestion above and let us know if that makes any difference. That way we will look for a solution to main problem.
- megafunformAnswered on March 17, 2014 at 02:20 PMHi,
I previewed the pop up again within Jotform and it seems to be working
correctly with the images appearing, I have embeded the script into my
and it doesn't work at all.
I also created a page solely for the pop up only (attached) and it is not working.
If this problem is not solved quickly it will cause my business to lose business and lose income, therefore, a quick response would be appreciated.
Mega Fun (UK)
- pinoytechAnswered on March 17, 2014 at 03:21 PM
Can you please share to us URL of your website where your form is embedded so we can investigate the issue and for further assistance?
- megafunformAnswered on March 17, 2014 at 05:00 PMHi, my name is Gerald of Mega Fun (UK), not Megan.
My website address is http://www.megafunuk.co.uk, but the page with the
embedded pop-up form is not yet live, the page and a number of other
pages are still in the process of being updated and are not yet at the
stage to upload them. The highest and first priority is to solve this
issue in the shortest period of time.
Mega Fun (UK)
- JotForm SupportMike_TAnswered on March 17, 2014 at 07:10 PM
Your form look good, and we can not reproduce the issue from our side. We would like to recommend you to create a test page (for example www.megafunuk.co.uk/test-page.html) with embedded form. Then, we will be able to check it and confirm that everything is fine. Thank you for cooperation Gerald.
- megafunformAnswered on March 18, 2014 at 07:30 AM
Thankyou for your email of support regarding this issue.
I have uploaded a copy of the actual webpage that has the pop-up form
embedded on it and it can be accessed at...
I have provided it in this way so that you can check it properly with
regards to any html source code that is preventing the form from
Mega Fun (UK)
- jedcadornaAnswered on March 18, 2014 at 10:22 AM
I have tested your form in your website and it displays the same with what you have in your form builder. Can you please test it again and let us know if you are still having problem viewing the images?
- megafunformAnswered on March 18, 2014 at 01:40 PMI have checked the form again in the form builder and it is working
correctly and the images are showing.
However, it is not working at all on my webpage (while connected to the
internet but page not yet uploaded), the form doesn't even drop down
when I click the bar.
I have also checked the webpage link that I forwarded to you
(http://www.megafunuk.co.uk/pop-up_test-page.html) through my smart
phone and that doesn't show it working either.
I have also looked at your video clip you forwarded to me, that doesn't
show it working either, its not even showing on the page.
This issue has got to be resolved quickly and has to be a high
priority, the longer the issue takes to resolve the more business
income I will lose, due to not being able to upload the pages to my
domain all together at the same time.
Mega Fun (UK)
- EliezerNAnswered on March 18, 2014 at 04:18 PM
Thanks for the additional explanation.
We do apologize for the inconveniences and frustration this may have caused.
Upon checking the form in the test page your shared, I was able to reproduce the issue, the Collpase Bars do not open. However, that is due to fact that you are using the Embed Code of the form, so your form script is getting in conflict with your form script. So, to resolve the issue, kindly re-embed the form using iFrame code, Here is a guide: Getting the form iframe code
Regarding to the issue of the images not being displayed, we already showed that it is working fine from our end. So, could you please let us know the browser you are using and its version. It could be a browser realted issue.
Please tryi using a different browser and let us know if that makes a difference.
- megafunformAnswered on March 20, 2014 at 07:50 AMHello,
Thank you for your last email regarding resolving this issue.
I have now re-embedded the form using iFrame code (but have NOT YET
UPLOADED THE PAGE)......
The Collpase Bars NOW OPEN
The Images ARE SHOWING
The issue is nearly solved apart from one thing....
There is NO SCROLLING BAR - this is required so that all the details can
be seen - How do I get a scroll bar ?????
Mega Fun (UK)
- JotForm SupportjonathanAnswered on March 20, 2014 at 09:50 AM
You did provide as a test page here http://www.megafunuk.co.uk/pop-up_test-page.html but from what I can see, the form was NOT embedded using the iframe code embed.
I suggest you re-embed the form http://www.jotformeu.com/form/40728742622354 in your test page using its iframe code .
Hope this help. Inform us if issue persist.
- megafunformAnswered on March 20, 2014 at 10:10 AM
Having to keep explaining things twice is wasting my time.
I know that the form on the test page was NOT embedded using the iframe
The iframe code has now been embedded but I have not provided a test page.
I need scroll bars for the form..... how can I do this ?????
- KadeJMAnswered on March 20, 2014 at 11:37 AM
We do apologize about that. It wasn't our intention to waste your time or even push you into having to explain this more than one time. I think my colleagues were simply trying to gather more information to help you with this better.
Anyhow, the scrollbars on your form are turned on or off by default depending on the size of your form. However, you can control this manually within the iframe by changing the the scroll value. This will only add a scrollbar to the side of your form when the full length of your form is not collapsed but the button won't have one since the width of your form already fits your page decently though you can add it in the same manor if specified otherwise.
- megafunformAnswered on March 20, 2014 at 02:20 PM
Thank you for your help and support, the issue has now been resolved and
the form is working correctly.
I have also manually added a scrollbar to the form.