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Questions about a form embedded on WP pageAsked by ryansrahomescom on June 10, 2015 at 10:02 AM
After I created my form, I tried to embed it into my Wordpress website. It appears on the page I added it to, just the margins are not right at all. I have gone back and adjusted the margins in JotForm and then tried to go back and embed the changes that took place to no avail.
I am trying to figure out a couple of things:
1.) After I have embedded a form onto a website, when I go back and make changes to the original form in JotForm, will the changes automatically be updated on the actual website?
2.) After I changed the form margins and slimmed it down, I clicked the embed to wordpress, pasted to WP and it still did not slim down my margins. I am wondering if you can help me figure out if I need to change the margins on JotForm's end or if I need to do it through Wordpress?
1. Yes that's correct. Whatever changes you made to the form in the form builder will automatically reflect on embedded form, unless you have embedded your form using its full source code.
2. Your test page isn't found. Would you mind sharing the page containing the form so we can check how the margin looks like on your page and so we can provide you accurate solution? When you said margin, are you referring to the spacing around the form?