No it's the same form, but different instances of the form - so if I put the thank you in a text box in the form it would be same thank you on all forms. I figured it out though. I just used my old method mixed with your method.
Different instances of the same ID doesn't really matter; you could label multiple embedded areas for each application.
It's simply a matter of planning your DOM layout and knowing where to predictably find the elements.
This new version should work w/multiple forms (I pulled the reCAPTCHA widget injection out of the whenReady, so it only loads once):
just want to say. .... thanks so much. Your code is pretty cool and works fine. Had a small issue about the poID as I - like others - first used the wrong ID but figured it out.
Thanks for your help!
Yeah, absolutely! And thank you for your help. I was waiting until my dev tried it out, but it may be another couple of days before she has time, so I'll mark it off now.
OK, cool, we can chat more about it here or on my blog (I'm finally going to write this up since I've posted it in a few places with some revisions over time).
We are in the same position as Marcie and have tried implementing your solution. However, we are still experiencing styling issues between our forms.
Do you have any idea why this might be happening? Is it because we are editing the embed code?
Any help is greatly appreciated.