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    I have uploaded the forms but they flicker

    Asked by samy9828 on January 08, 2016 at 06:35 AM

    I have uploaded the forms but they flicker so much that they are not usable

     

    I would like to fix this issue so I can upgrade from the Free form 

    The forms are just what I need for the sites and easily built take 16 minutes from submission to arrive im my email box from submission. 

     

    Regards sam

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    www.roofcleaningservices.co.uk

    email free form
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    Answered by Boris on January 08, 2016 at 09:56 AM

    Sorry for the inconvenience, Sam. It is being caused by having three different forms embedded on the same page, as each of the three forms is trying to set its own height.

    When placing multiple forms on the same page, there can be conflicts such as this between them. On your page, each of the three forms is trying to set form height to, in order: 679 pixels, then 697 pixels, and then 1096 pixels. The first script realizes that the height is no longer what it set, so it tries setting it back to 679 pixels, and we go in a circle. This creates the flickering effect.

    Would it be possible for you to use each of the forms on different pages of your website?

    If you want to use two forms on the same page, you could try embedding one form with the script embed method (the method you are using now), and embed a second form by using our iFrame embed method.

    Preferably, there should be one form per page. I hope this helps, please let us know how it goes.