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Increase form height past 2000px on Google Sites.Asked by warwickkindy on July 03, 2016 at 09:19 PM
I am wondering if there is any way to increase the height of my form past 2000px on Google Sites? It seems that the IFrame cannot go past 2000px no matter what I try to type in to the Gadget Area.
Thank you :)
Simply add the HTML Box tool and add the iFrame embed code provided for your form. Then simply edit the height property of the iFrame code to your preference.
If you need further assistance, please let us know.
Thank you for your reply. Unfortunately that didn't work. When I tried to add the iFrame via the HTML box in Google Sites, it removed the src tag.
It seems that the only option for Google Sites users is the gadget.
After doing some research, I see that the 2000px height restriction is a Google restriction and there is nothing that we do.
Thanks again for your help.
I see that the HTML Box is not suitable for the iFrame code. It does seem that the iFrame gadget restricts the height to only 2000px. We will simply have to wait until Google decides to increase the maximum height limit for their iFrame gadget. If you do encounter any other issues with your form, please let us know. Regards.
I had the same stupid issue. For me it worked to add one gadgets after the other, so at the end I have like 4 gadgets. Maybe it works for you too. Regards
@Isa, thanks for your suggestion.
@warwickkindy, let us know how it goes with the suggested workaround of Isa.