Problem embedding a MailChimp form


(Piotr Zurek) #1

I’ve created a page and embedded a MailChimp form in it. (source: https://github.com/vend/stoplight-dev-portal/blob/master/pages/newsletter.md).
It looks fine when rendered but it doesn’t allow for entering any input - just can’t type anything in any of the text boxes.
We have discovered that it is somehow caused by this file:
https://vend.docs.stoplight.io/_/assets/templates/styles.ddc66428.js.
Blocking the request to that file in Chrome dev tools makes the form editable.
Would you guys have any idea how to work around this?

Cheers,
Piotr


(Taylor Barnett) #2

Yup, seeing the same on my end. Initially I thought it might have to do with being in a Markdown file but it happens in an HTML file too. I’ll open up an issue with the engineering team.


(Piotr Zurek) #3

Thanks, Taylor. Curious what you guys find out. Maybe that js file is not really all that necessary. :slight_smile:

As a side note, I’ve tried creating pages as html files initially, but it seems much easier to get them to look good when using html disguised as markdown.


(Taylor Barnett) #4

Until we get this figured out, have you thought about making it a link to a Mailchimp form?


(Piotr Zurek) #5

Yup, that’s exactly how we had it done previously with readme.io so it’s not even a “regression” from our point of view. But, I think we still have a while before the final switch (waiting for marketing/design) so it’s not a massive priority ATM.