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    Is jotform compatible with Google Chrome and Firefox?

    Asked by farmcreditIL on February 27, 2015 at 10:24 AM

    I open Jotform in Internet Explorer and Safari and it looks great. But in Google Chrome, it doesn't view properly - either the form creator website or completed form url's. Will jotform be addressing this in the near future?

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    Answered by david on February 27, 2015 at 12:36 PM


    Our forms are usually most compatible with Chrome and FireFox.  It is very odd that you are finding the opposite.  If you would like to have us take a look at your form we will be happy to.  Just let us know the form you are working on and we can help you to get it looking how you'd like.

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    Answered by Brenda Williams on February 27, 2015 at 12:42 PM

    I just went up to our IT Dept. to make sure it wasn't a security setting causing the problem - they are going to test that for me. I think I need to test it on a PC off-site to make sure. Here is a url. The header and many of the fields are shifted right and then there's a lot of extraneous bullets on the left side when I view in Chrome and Firefox.

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    Answered by david on February 27, 2015 at 01:49 PM

    This is how it looks for me in FireFox and just about the same in Chrome:

    It does not appear to have the extra bullets and such you are referring to.  I believe your assumptions that it is related to settings specific to those computers is correct.