I need a bit of help with my most recent typeform.
I want to embed it into a page, as a slider, that opens after scrolling 60%.
That works fine.
However, after embedding the typeform, there is still a “Button” shown, where the code is in the text.
I tried a few times and made sure that the settings are correct. The big blue button, with the writting on it is not shown anymore, but there’s still a small box, which opens the typeform when pressed. It looks pretty ugly. Can i get rid of it somehow?
See screenshot attached:
What would normally appear in the box that’s showing in your screenshot?
Normally the Button to launch the Typeform is there.
But when I chose the option “Do not show button” and only launch the typeform after 60% scroll depth, I still get this ugly rectangle which I can’t get rid of. Only when deleting the embed code completely.
I’m not sure how to get the box outline to go away, unfortunately. I would think it would be gone with the button gone (so, yes, it does seem strange that the outline is there).
@Liz (who is super helpful) in the event she can provide insight.
@daniel would you mind sending a screenshot of the box you’re referencing or the URL of the form so I can take a look?
@liz, the box i mean is circled in the screenshot of the original post.
@daniel would you mind sending the embedded URL? Happy to take a look!