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Jotform form gets cut short (laptop/ipad)
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Jotform form gets cut short (laptop/ipad) 09 Jan 2014 18:44 #3636

Hi there everybody.

First of all. I really enjoy this great template. Great work. I "donated" this week.

I am new to joomla and webdesign in general.

I am using jotform for a contact form and it works great with joomla but I just received a message that there is a problem.

The bottom part of the form is cut off on smartphones, pads and laptops (guess all devices that dont have a particular screen resolution). There is supposed to be a "send" and "print form" button on the bottom of the form. It just gets cut short.

I guess I need to temper with .html or .css files but as I said I am fairly new to all this so I dont have a clue where exactly to look and what to change.

You can find the contact form here:

bruetschi-hof.de/index.php/en/booking-request

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Re: Jotform form gets cut short (laptop/ipad) 10 Jan 2014 12:31 #3638

Hi, we have seen you are using iframe to include form.
iframe has fixed height heigher than content footer area.
You should use a native joomla component for contact form creation!
this one is free for example extensions.joomla.org/extensions/contact...k/contact-forms/7901
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