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OEmbed Wordpress plugin does not load widgets when using form.jotform.com subdomainAsked by veshman on March 02, 2016 at 10:43 AM
Hi, unfortunately, this problem has re-surfaced.... The problem is occurring with all 3 of my browsers:
The Ad-blocker on Safari is disabled. The other browsers don't have blockers. I also disabled network monitoring filters but still no success
Please note that this is occurring when I use the Wordpress embedding code
-- [embed]https://form.jotform.com/form/52859300922961[/embed] --
for this WP page:
It *does* work with View Form URL https://www.jotform.com/veshman/OHC-intake
Thanks for the help!
It's an issue with our oEmbed plugin. I just tried this on my website and I'm getting the same error below:
I have now forwarded this to our developers. We will let you know here as soon as this gets fixed. For now, please use our Embed Form plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/embed-form/ or embed your form using our iframe method: https://www.jotform.com/help/148-Getting-the-Form-iFrame-Code.
Thanks Welvin, much appreciated! I'll wait for your update and try your solution if I need it sooner than the developers can fix it
What is the difference between the "embed" plugin and the "oEmbed" plug in?
No luck with the plug-ins unfortunately...
The JotForm Embed plug in does pull up a list of forms when clicking on the pencil icon, and I can select a form, but when I press the "Select" button, nothing happens. The button changes to gray and back so it seems to be getting the click, but no form is inserted.
I then tried the JotForm oEmbed plug in, which worked in the Pages section, but it doesn't work in the Approveme pages (this seems to be their own page type)
oEmbed is done using a URL without having to directly parse the resource. For example, the oEmbed code would be the code you used: