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How to embed in Wordpress.com without the form scrolling?Asked by jschiefe22 on February 25, 2015 at 01:06 PM
I have embedded a form in Wordpress.com but the form does not fit to the entire page. The form shrinks and puts scroll bars up forcing my staff to scroll up-down, left-right. Is it possible to inject a CSS code to allow the entire form to fit the Wordpress.com page without having to scroll? I have attached a screenshot of the issue. I have been searching the forum to see if anyone else is having this issue and even tried some of the ideas suggested regarding CSS but nothing works.
You can try replacing your embed code with the iFrame embed code:
This will also allow you to change the height of the frame to allow for it to include the entire form. If this also does not work, let us know and we will be happy to see what else we can do.
It's Wordpress.com not Wordpress.org, so it isn't the same type of embedding. For Wordpress.com, you only use the [embed]http://form.jotform.co/form/32376113289860[/embed]. So, using the iFrame embed code won't work. I have tried a bunch of options using the customized CSS for the form but being that knowledge of CSS is slim, I am not sure if there is an option there. Any help is greatly appreciated.
You may need to change your embed settings in Wordpress in that case:
You may also be able to use in line CSS to adjust the dimensions:
[embed width="390" height="300"]http://form.jotform.co/form/32376113289860[/embed]
Adjusting those values should allow for the changes to update.
Or conversely, change the dimensions of your form to suit the dimensions allow for embeds.
If none of these solutions work, let us know and we will be happy to see what else we can do.
Using the in line CSS to adjust the dimensions worked perfectly. Thank you!
Awesome! I was really hoping one of those worked. The next suggestions were much more difficult. Let us know if there is anything else we can help you with and we will be happy to assist you.
on wordpress. com blog . http://sannaser.org/formulario-medico/
doesnt work , auto height?
here the code html use
@sannaser I have moved your request to a thread of its own. I will address your question in the following thread shortly: