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Squarespace: Source code embedAsked by secureform on January 24, 2016 at 06:37 AM
When I use source code embed in Squarespace it blocks out all graphics. I prefer to use source code embed over iframe embed to my localisation tools keep working.
Please don't tell me this is third party as you officially support Squarespace :))) Thank you in advance for helping.
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That is probably because the source codes embed creates a conflict in the page. But we actually recommend iframe method for Squarespace websites. http://www.jotform.com/help/37-Adding-Form-to-Squarespace.
I know but with iFrame I can't use my localisation software to translate the form. I want to use my own software and localise so they switch together when the language is changed. Could you check with you developers if embedding this way is supported for squarespace?
I'm sure the source codes is supported, but then again, a conflict might occur in the page due to the scripts in the form. Unfortunately, I don't think we can do something about this since it's Squarespace that is doing the control over the content.
You may consider adding the form to your localization settings then call the form language in the iframe. Example:
English localization is: https://secure.jotform.com/60195346761964?language=en
Dutch localization is: https://secure.jotform.com/60195346761964?language=de
But you have to make sure that you have already configured the multi language settings:
By the way, here's the list of language codes: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_language_codes.asp.