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Troubleshooting Lightboxes

Here are a few things you can try if your lightbox is not displaying as expected.

    1. Make sure you have installed the Web Form's JavaScript code snippet in the footer of your site. Each site gets its own unique JavaScript code snippet, so in the event that you're using Web Forms on multiple sites, make sure you're using the right code snippet for the website. To access your code snippet, click your name in the upper right-hand corner of the Web Forms Administrative interface and then click Setup Instructions from the drop-down menu. On the next page, you'll see several variations of the installation javascript. Verify that you're using the right JavaScript code for your site. Unique JavaScript code installation snippets are available for Wordpress and Google Tag Manager.
    2. Make sure you have assigned a condition to the lightbox. Your lightbox will not be shown if it doesn't have a condition that indicates when it should display. You can add a condition from within the Web Forms interface by clicking Add next to the lightbox.
    3. Make sure your lightbox is turned on. There is an on/off toggle button under the Eligible column. Be sure it is set to On.
    4. Make sure your lightbox is published. If there isn't a green checkmark under the Live column, it means the lightbox isn't published. A lightbox must be published in order for it to display. You can publish all lightboxes that have a condition set by using the Publish button that is located in the upper right hand corner of the Web Forms Administrative interface.
      An individual lightbox can be published from within the lightbox editor by using the Save & Publish button.
    5. If you're using Google Tag Manager, be sure to set your lightboxes to fire on both the HTTP and HTTPS versions of the page.
    6. Try testing your lightbox in a Google Chrome Incognito Window. This is a helpful testing option when you are using session based rules or master rules with your lightbox.
    7. Make sure your lightbox doesn't have conflicting conditional rules. Within Web Forms, it is possible to create lightbox conditions that conflict. For example, a lightbox with a conditional rule that states that it should not display unless the current date is greater than January 1, 2019 and another rule that says it should not display unless the current date is less than January 1, 2019 will never be displayed because obviously no date will ever match the conflicting criteria.

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