Embed Forms in Wordpress

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Hi all

I have embedded my microsoft form using an iframe into Wordpress. I have changed my form settings to available to all. 

I would like to eliminate the green box with the link to display and fill out the form directly to reduce the user click rate.
Any suggestions would be highly appreciated!!

Thank you in advance

1 Reply
Hi,
I did some testing: I created a form, modified the theme (so it would be different from the standard green), inserted it in a WP page. I tweaked the height and width to look what would happen. No green links in the form, but there is a disclaimer with links in green.
But then, it appears there a a link to the form (and not the embedded form itself) when looking at the page from a mobile phone. So I guess there is not much you can do if your user is on a mobile device.
Kind regards
Hans