1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 17, 2012 10:16 PM by RandySwineford

    link in an iFrame

    ILoveTheSteelers Level 1

      The way we chose to make a form available was to paste the link into an iFrame on our website.

      It was working exactly how we wanted with one exception.

       

      During our testing, one of the users had this message as part of the form:

      "This form was easily created for FREE with FormsCentral. See how simple it is to create your own form with a FREE subscription today. Try for free."

       

      I am paying a subscription for the service and would prefer that this not be there.

       

      The user that got this message was using Safari 4.1.3 on MacOS 10.4.11.

        • 1. Re: link in an iFrame
          RandySwineford Adobe Employee

          Sorry it took so long to get back to you. If you have a paid account you should never see the free promotional message you mentioned above. We tried to reproduce this on our side but we could not get it to show for a paid account. I noticed you said that you pasted the link into an iFrame. That isn't the correct way to embed our forms. You should embed our forms using the embed code we provide on the Distribute tab - click the Embed button and copy the embed code. That might be causing your issue.

           

          Randy