Support » Plugin: Pardot » The title parameter broken

  • dausm

    (@dausm)


    Hello,

    We have the current version of your plugin and it seems like the title parameter has stopped working. Our accessibility tools keep flagging this since iframes must have title a title attribute. Will you please have someone resolve this and push a new version?

    Thank you,
    Matt

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  • Plugin Author Cliff Seal

    (@cliffseal)

    @dausm Can you give more details, please? What do you mean it’s stopped working? Is the title parameter appearing at all, or is it blank, or something else?

    dausm

    (@dausm)

    @cliffseal My colleague noted when they added the plugin that the title attribute was displaying for the iframe I’m not seeing that anymore. It could be they aren’t remembering correctly. This is the shortcode we’re using:

    [pardot-form id="7367" title="Most of Payment Plans eBook - AMPP - NCC"]

    The output opening iframe tag is:

    <iframe class="pardotform" src="https://go.pardot.com/l/650983/2019-10-31/f35vg" width="100%" height="500" type="text/html" frameborder="0" allowTransparency="true" style="border: 0">

    Is the title parameter in the shortcode supposed to output as the iframe title attribute or is it used in some other way?

    Plugin Author Cliff Seal

    (@cliffseal)

    Thanks! I’m going to track this as a bug and figure out why it’s not properly adding that attribute.

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