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?nojump no longer workingAsked by 99clarkj on October 12, 2014 at 04:15 PM
The ?nojump added to the HTML is not longer working as my page jumps when you click next - why has this happened? i have also noticed recently a lot of forms have changed position too.
I was able to see the 'jump' glitch when I test the jotform in your website
but I think our developer had already made a fix for this a while back.
What I think is the actual caused of the 'jump' glitch in your jotform is a script conflict between jotform and those in your website.
Can you please try re-embedding the jotform http://www.jotformpro.com/form/30834648236963
to your website BUT this time, use the Iframe code embed instead.
Follow this user guide : http://www.jotform.com/help/148-Getting-the-Form-iFrame-Code
After re-embedding check again if the 'jump' glitch is still happening.
Please inform us if issue remains.
I can confirm this just started happening on our website as well. ?nojump used to work but no longer does.
EDIT: I just played around with the iframe embed code and deleted thepart that sets the iframe height. The iframe embedded form no longer jumps.
The ?nojump attribute never really worked with JS embed. It's just that JS embed never really had a jump behaviour in the first place.
A recent update has added the jump behavior to the JS embed method, but the nojump attribute was overlooked. With that said, I would like to inform you that we will have this error fixed soon.
We'd appreciate your patience on this matter. Thanks!
Strange, because using the ?nojump on my JS embedded forms did work - until recently.
Glad to hear you guys are working on the issue. :)
I would like to inform you that we have just released a fix for this bug.
That works perfectly even for JS embed. Thanks so much JotForm Support!
On behalf of my colleague, you are welcome.
Do get back to us if you have any questions.