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Why Does My Form Appear at the Bottom of the Page?Asked by epomelear on October 14, 2015 at 10:28 PM
I have a simple contact form. Form # is 40808999518169
Pasted into Expression Web the design view looks good but when it's viewed in a browser, even published, it always appears at the very bottom of my content area.
Published version is at http://rmbible.org/about/contact.htm
Any insight you might provided would be appreciated.
Pastor Ed Pomelear
contact form content bottom script issue embed form
To beat this issue, you can add following CSS code to right above your website source code. Below, orange marked area represents the margin to the top betweend header and the form. So, you can increase this minus value, if "50px" is not enough.
Alternatively, you have already <style type="text/css"> ... </style> section in your source code, so you can add yellow marked codes to the inside of the "style".
In addition, you can try to embed your form using iFrame. Probably, this method will fix the problem automatically.
For new "Embed Form" wizard,
I hope this methods will help. Please give us a feedback about the final state of the problem.
Have a great day.
Your suggestion did not work for me. But simply embedding the script code did. Here's what I have now.
<!-- #EndEditable --></div>
Thank you for updating us and letting us know that all is good now.
I checked also on your website http://rmbible.org/about/contact.htm and I can see the embedded form properly positioned as intended on the page.
Please let us know if there is more we can assist you with.