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Form embedded in Adobe Muse is not mobile responsive.Asked by Hans Petit on April 24, 2016 at 09:23 AM
I think the problem is caused by JotForm. I'm using standard breakpoints 1024,768, 550 320. I tried everything but it did not work. The form shows only at the largest breakpoint. When I look at the preview and I increase the screen the form disappears. When I decrease the screen the form stays away. It is rather disapointing. In the old version of muse with separate pc/tablet/Phone settings jotform worked perfect.
The answers given by the jotform team were not very helpfull. A responsive form should be responsive in every breakpoint (except the very small ones).
The standard muse formwidget appears correct in the several breakpoints, I wonder if jotform has done its utmost to solve the problem. There are more jotform customers with the same problem I have seen at the internet.
I'm building a site
http://test-feb252016-251.businesscatalyst.com/energiecoach.html The form does not appear on my iPad not in the landscape position and not in the portait position.
Hans Petit, Koedijk
I have checked your form and noticed that this is working fine on resolutions of mobile devices, the only issue that I can see is that it is being displayed over the text right above it, here is an screenshot about how I'm looking your form:
However, I checked the current CSS in your website and noticed that this could be fixed by customizing the current CSS code that you are using in your website, her is screenshot to show you how it should be fixed:
Seems like you need to adjust the margin-top in your CSS code on mobile screens.
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That is correct after mailing you I looked for more reactions, then I found the solution instead of embedding as HTML you should use an Iframe. It would be nice if the muse button in jotform used the iframe option and it would be very nice if the jotform pros gave the same answer. I have searched a long time, at last I decided to use links to the form instead of a form. For now I’m very happy that I found a solution because jotform is a nice form builder, nicer then the available muse form widget.
I’m using Muse because I don’t have to worry about CSS and so on. I used to build sites in Dreamweaver but since Muse appeared I prefer the more easy way and then you (I) lose the css skills fast.
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Verzonden: zondag 24 april 2016 15:35
Though we have a guide about embedding a form in Adobe Muse I think that there is only the default method, we will take into account your suggestion and add a note to let users know about this, if the default embedded method does not work then try embedding your form using the iFrame method.
There are a lot of broken images in the guide right now!
Thank you for notifying us, we will fix the images as soon as possible.
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