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My form width is narrower in my blog (using embed code)?Asked by hsuoscar on September 04, 2016 at 08:53 PM
I used embed code to put this form on my blog:
But the width of the form is distorted to like it is for a cellphone.
The post page is set to full page as you can see.
Can someone take a look and advise?\
This is a more normal view
It appears that while using the script embed, the width of the form is being set to 300px instead of 100%. To resolve the issue, please use the iFrame embed code to embed the form to your page. Here's a guide on Getting the form iFrame code. The iframe embed code will have a set width that will show the form in its full width on your website.
If you need further assistance, please let us know.
Used iFrame, the width is still set to 300px but at least I can manually change it to 600px this time.While we are still on this form... the form will eventually carry over some information to next form. Now, I have been puzzling how do I let user move on to next form (with information carried over) and yet retain coherence? Eg. complete next form in this website instead of form.jotform.me/jsform/xxxxxxxx?
Glad that the issue with width is now resolved.
With regards to your other question, we will answer it on a separate thread here https://www.jotform.com/answers/924335. We'll take care of it shortly.