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Form fields are not displaying in the email notification that our client will receive afterAsked by designsby on September 13, 2014 at 10:45 PM
One of my clients says that the form fields are not displaying entire message that is being typed in the copy they are sent. I have enlarged the size but it doesn't seem to fix the problem. i sent myself a test and i see everything fine. any idea what might be the issue? The use Thunderbird for their mail.
The form Is: http://www.jotform.com//?formID=40495145340955
The web page is http://www.laurelacreskennels.com/
On the contact us drop down is a link to the job application, which is the link to the form, above.
Your form email notification is currently in the text format and the changes on the form aren't reflected there. To fix it, I would advise to re-create your form notification email.
First, delete the current one: http://www.jotform.com/help/132-How-to-Delete-Notifications-Autoresponder.
Second, re-create it: http://www.jotform.com/help/25-Setting-Up-Email-Notifications.
Great that is was a simple fix.
Is there a way within the form-builder that the browser window the form opens up in is not full screen, but instead just slightly wider than the actual form? I can do it by making a separate html page on the site, using code,
but then i have to remake the page when I make form changes.
The code didn't display...
will try again.
<div id="Layer4" style="cursor:pointer">
<h1 onclick = "new_window = window.open('application.html', 'new_window', 'height=800,width=725,top=50,left=350,scrollbars=yes');">Application: Click Here.</h1>
I think I already got this answered a while back, unless there has been new developments in the builder. Thanks!