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    Bottom of form cuts off

    Asked by jrnetwork on November 16, 2011 at 06:30 AM

    I've just developed a form and in the latest version of Firefox the bottom of the form cuts off. See here:

    How can this be avoided/fixed?

    Cheers, Jason.

    Page URL:
    http://www.cndesign.com.au/file-uploads.php

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    Answered by fxr on November 16, 2011 at 08:45 AM

    Hello Jason,

    Odd indeed. I have a feeling its may be something in your Custom Css.

    Its quite difficult working on fixes to issues like this when the form is embedded into a website, but we can certainly have a go at it.

    Before, we do, can you try one simple thing for me, please?

    For the div just above where you have your script embedded. Please try giving it a height. 

    e.g  <div style="margin-left:0px;height:400px;">

    Experiment a little, if doesnt seem to have any effect at all. Just let us know, and we can create a copy of your webpage and try a few changes to your Custom CSS.

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    Answered by jrnetwork on November 16, 2011 at 08:54 AM

    That worked. I originally put the <div style="margin-left:0px;> there as I was trying to align the form to the left of the page, as they all seem to be aligned to the centre.

    I since found this css snippet in the forums to fix that:

    .form-all {
    float: left;

    But when I removed <div style="margin-left:0px;> it still did not work in firefox, so I was forced to add what you suggested. It was only firefox that it was happening in.