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Form UnavailableAsked by CFPA on August 19, 2014 at 10:24 AM
Here is the link (http://www.ctwoodlands.org/JCA_2014) on my organization's web page that has the 3 forms I'm using, the one that is not working is the link entitled "registration and waiver form." You'll see the other 2 Jot Forms are working fine. I've tried copying and pasting several times as an embedded form. The form worked fine when I first embedded it, then some time last week while I was on vacation, the form became "unavailable" when the link clicked on, but the other 2 still work. I've copied the link several ways: the direct embed form, from the Drupal button, then form the source code, and also from the iframe. Orginally I had copied the code as a secured form directly from the embed wizard for all 3 forms. When clicking on the Drupal button, it didn't work originally, so I just copied from wizard button directly.
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