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Error message blinks/ flashesAsked by woolalaa on October 09, 2014 at 09:26 AM
Hi, when I click on the submit button at the last page of the form (without filling in the required field on purpose), the error message blinks. How can I stop the error message from blinking/ flashing?
Upon checking the form, the error message doesn't seem to blink in my end.
May I know if where are you testing the form? Are you viewing it on a mobile device? A computer browser? Does it blink or flash only once? Also can you provide us a screenshot or a screencast if the problem still persist.
We'll wait for your response.
It only blinks at the final submit button (after dropdown selection to 'send me an email' button). There is no blinking for the pagebreak buttons.
I found another problem as well. It jumps away from the page after clicking the 'send me an email' button.Can I also get help on reducing the vertical spacing above each heading? I have been trying different css codes but couldn't get it.
Both the blinking error message and jumping problem is because of the ddSlick dropdown widget. I would advise changing it to the regular dropdown:
For example: http://www.jotformpro.com/form/42814504523954
For your question related to the vertical spacing, please check it here: https://www.jotform.com/answers/440922. I've moved it as a new thread. Will answer it shortly.
Hi, the jumping problem is still there despite using the regular dropdown
The form is here
Even when you remove the no-jump property at the end of the form URL? Did you try it? If it's the same, then I think that is because the form is trying to highlight the error message, especially, the script tags are removed from the iFrame codes.