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    adding multiple lightbox popups to same page

    Asked by dje0624 on September 12, 2011 at 04:32 PM

    Hi I am trying to add about 4 lightbox popup forms to a static html page. My question is how can I integrate all the code so it plays nicely. I dont understand jquery yet so I could use some help. Im wondering if it would be as easy as adding all the id's into an array of some sort.

    I have 3 payment forms and 1 contact form if that makes a difference.


    Thanks in advance

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    JotForm Support

    Answered by abajan on September 13, 2011 at 05:17 AM

    Hi dje0624

    Thanks for asking. In order to accommodate some browsers, if you want to add multiple lightboxes to a page, only call the script in the first lightbox (the src="//www.jotform.com/min/g=feedback" part) as explained by my colleague Liyam in the thread "Lightbox and Feedback button not working in IE8". (Neil's advice in the said thread may also prove useful.)

    You stated that the page in which you are embedding the lightboxes is static HTML but there was also mention of jQuery. Is jQuery being referenced on the page? If so, adding the lighboxes may cause the jQuery based scipts to malfunction or vice-versa because JotForm uses the Prototype framework and the two don't play nicely together :) Should you run into problems after adding the lightboxes, please see "HELP - Javascript conflict" for a possible solution.

    If you require additional help with this or any other aspect of your forms, be sure to let us know. Our team will be happy to assist you as best as we can.


    ~ Wayne

    P.S. In the case of multiple feedback buttons, use this format.