- alexg123Asked on November 06, 2014 at 02:01 PM
I would like to know if is possible to hide the feedback button on this page for my website.
- KadeJMAnswered on November 06, 2014 at 03:56 PM
I think you might be referring to the "Green Login Tab" on the righthand middle side of your website?
It looks like you might have been trying a feedback button and then switched to an iframe. I found you have some left over feedback class code on your site so this is the reason you're still seeing the feedback button appearing on the side. Look through your site's main html page code and remove that which should then resolve your problem.
- KadeJMAnswered on November 06, 2014 at 03:59 PM
Sorry, I realized I made a mistake since you said you wanted to actually remove it from certain pages.
So instead of removing it as I suggested above just embed it only onto the wordpress pages that you need it to appear on.
- alexg123Answered on November 07, 2014 at 04:15 PM
Thanks for your fast reply. Actually, the issue with the feedback button is that i want to keep it on the rest of the other pages but not on this one in particular. The page itself and the feedback button has the same content. I just want a tip on how to remove the feedback button on a page but to keep it on other pages.
- KadeJMAnswered on November 07, 2014 at 04:41 PM
Not a problem and you are welcome. Did that work for you then or are you still having a problem with it?
- alexg123Answered on November 07, 2014 at 04:45 PM
I still having trouble in removing the button. There is no point in having it on the page. The feedback button actually works somehow as a login page. The user is diverted on his page depend of the "distribuitor id" field. The same issue more likely i will encounter when i build the "distribuitor Id" pages...
- KadeJMAnswered on November 07, 2014 at 05:11 PM
I think the problem here is that you're trying to keep it embedded on the main page because you're trying to use it as a "Login Form" it looks like.
Unfortunately though, that's not going to work because our jotforms are not intended to be used as a Login System because we do not support an Adminstrative Database since the data on forms is more intended to be collected for personal reasons. Unless you were planning to developing a script to send it into your Wordpress database?
Aside from that though you would still need to embed it on each page instead of a main page if you wanted to go through with it because if you try to remove it only on the main page but display it only on others it would likely disable it on the rest of your pages.
Additionally, I would advise against it because even though you're not asking for passwords or usernames from what I see it could still be seen as phishing which is a risk of violating our terms.