Support forumCategory: BugsForm inside a popup
Fernando Chim asked 1 week ago

Hi Nikola,
I put the form shortcode inside a popup, but the calendar is blocked, however it is possible to fill the remaining fields of the form.
Here is an example:
https://mytoursportugal.com/00a_booking_form_test/
As you can see, the form on the page works, but in the popup it doesn’t, besides being possible to click on the send button and instead of “inform unfilled fields”, it simply closes the popup.
You can help me!
Thanks

3 Answers
Nikola Loncar Staff answered 1 week ago

Hi Fernando, on page you can have only one such form atm. Can you please try removing that one always visible.

Best regards,
Nikola

FernandoChim replied 1 week ago

Hi Mikola,

Yes I know, there can only be one form per page. I reviewed the page so you can analyze it. Please click the green button “RESERVAR TOUR – ECO Car”:

https://mytoursportugal.com/00a_booking_form_test/

As you can see, the form does not work inside Popup.

I inserted a shortcode field in the popup using “Elementor” and put it there:

• [ea_bootstrap width="540px" scroll_on="true" service="1"]

Does the fact that “WordPress” attributes a shortcode to the popup make it incompatible with the “EA” shortcode?

• [elementor-template id=”19022″] – shortcode “WordPress”

By the way, the EA shortcode of the form works well on a normal page, the problem only occurs on a popup.

I apologize for the doubt, maybe it is a simple problem to solve, but my experience in programming language is null.

Thanks

FernandoChim answered 1 week ago

Hi Mikola, Yes I know, there can only be one form per page. I reviewed the page so you can analyze it. Please click the green button “RESERVAR TOUR – ECO Car”: • https://mytoursportugal.com/00a_booking_form_test/ As you can see, the form does not work inside Popup. I inserted a shortcode field in the popup using “Elementor” and put it there: •

Does the fact that “WordPress” attributes a shortcode to the popup make it incompatible with the “EA” shortcode? • [elementor-template id=”19022″] – shortcode “WordPress” By the way, the EA shortcode of the form works well on a normal page, the problem only occurs on a popup. I apologize for the doubt, maybe it is a simple problem to solve, but my experience in programming language is null. Thanks

FernandoChim answered 1 week ago

Hi Mikola,
Yes I know, there can only be one form per page. I reviewed the page so you can analyze it. Please click the green button “RESERVAR TOUR – ECO Car”:
• https://mytoursportugal.com/00a_booking_form_test/
As you can see, the form does not work inside Popup.
I inserted a shortcode field in the popup using “Elementor” and put it there:


Does the fact that “WordPress” attributes a shortcode to the popup make it incompatible with the “EA” shortcode?
• [elementor-template id=”19022″] – shortcode “WordPress”
By the way, the EA shortcode of the form works well on a normal page, the problem only occurs on a popup.
I apologize for the doubt, maybe it is a simple problem to solve, but my experience in programming language is null.
Thanks