is there a problem with the yola form??

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when i go into the settings on the form, it is just coming up blank any reason why??
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smithy

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  • sad cos not working

Posted 8 years ago

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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Hi smithy

I am able to load the Form settings on my side, so I am not sure why this is happening to you.

Can you tell me what browser you are using and also post a screenshot?

We would like to get to the bottom of this.
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smithy

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i am using IE 8 and here is a screenshot
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smithy

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Emmy

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Hi Smithy,
Thanks for posting the screen shot, that definitely doesn't look right! I don't have access to IE8 at this point, and would like to take a look at it there to see if this is a browser specific issue. Have you tried this from another browser such as Firefox? Are you able to do that and let me know what you see.

I'll also be looking into this in IE8 when I have access to the browser to try to replicate.

Thanks,
Emmy
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smithy

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hi emmy,

it seem to be sorted now. thx for helping.

**you can mark this post as solved**
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Emmy

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Great, glad to hear it!
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Nathan, Champion

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Hi Smithy, I suggest that you use Firefox or Google Chrome. IE does not have CSS 3 which means you don't see border-radius and other nice CSS features that are not in IE. Also IE doesn't really follow the W3C "guidelines" which is kind of why IE is different than the rest of the browsers. I used to use IE my self, but since I started building web pages i saw the huge difference. Here is a picture of Yola in IE and a picture of Yola in Firefox:

IE:


Firefox:


There is not a big difference there but if you view other sites that use a lot of CSS you will see lots of differences. I used to use IE, but, I found out there are better browsers.

Sincerely,
Nathan
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smithy

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about your post. i am starting to use google and firefox both together. i use google for my users accounts and i use the firefox to do my main website. I am trying to sort out my http://wordsearches.yolasite.com and http://colouringpictures.yolasite.com in other languages. hopefully this will be a new feature of mine for those sites. but bk to this topic, i am hoping to find the same games in differnet langauges but there can't seem to be any lol. thxs for that tip. i will try and use google and firefox browsers to edit the site.