iPad and iPad mini Nintex form display cut off on the right, both landscape and portrait in SharePoint online – Fix

In your SharePoint online(or on premise) sites when you have end-users requesting just a form to submit via their mobile devices and nothing else as in the links in left navigation panel, as the site is not responsive to mobile devices and the form’s view gets snipped as seen in the pic below

iPad and Nintex forms with left navigation panel making form difficult to use
iPad and Nintex forms with left navigation panel making form difficult to use

and generally difficult to use for those that want to submit multiple items quickly, you can try the below solution that I implemented which solved the issue with form view.

  1. Create a custom page and call it mobile view form or something to that effect that makes it easy for users to link when they are in their mobile devices
  2. Inset the form web part and display the new item form in the web part
  3. Include a script editor web part and paste the code below:

    <style type=”text/css”>
    #contentBox {
    margin-left: 0px;
    }
    #sideNavBox{
    display:none;
    }
    </style>

  4. What this does is, it hides the left navigation panel in your SharePoint site page  and sets the size to be 0. So all that is in your mobile page is just theform for submitting data. You can set the redirect link for the page to be the one for mobile form submit as well and it’ll take care of the issue for your end users.

    Left navigation panel fixed
    Left navigation panel fixed

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    Its has many names; Mitragyna speciosa, Kratom, Ithang, Kakuam and Thom.
    It is related to the coffee tree (Rubiaceae). It is most often found in rainforests and in swamps.

    Kratom leaves have been used for hundreds of years in Asia.
    They are used as a stimulant and sedative (depending on the dose;
    low does = stimulant and high dose = sedative). They are also used as a recreational herb, a pain killer, diarrhea treatment and a treatment for opiate addiction.

    Kratom is a large tree which grows to 12-15 feet tall, in some cases
    as tall as 40 to 100 feet. Its leaves are dark green and can be over 7 inches
    long and 4 inches wide. The flowers are in yellow clusters.
    Kratom is an evergreen and the leaves are always being replaced.
    Kratom thrives in humid, fertile soil, with near full sun exposure away from strong winds.
    It is drought and frost sensitive.

    Kratom has been banned in a lot of Asian countries
    due to abuse. It is also thought to be addictive,
    but more research is needed to determine this as true.

    Kratom is divided into two types based on the colors of the veins in the leaves; red or
    green/white. The green-veined variety is said to have a stronger effect, but most users in enjoy mixing them both.
    Many vendors sell either whole leaf, crushed leaf or powder.
    Kratom extracts are also very popular.

    Kratom is a unique herb, when used in low to moderate dosages
    it acts as a stimulant; while higher doses act in a sedative manner.
    This is most likely due to the active alkaloids that have both stimulant and sedative effects.

    The stimulant level: At the stimulant level, the mind is more alert and focused,
    there is increased physical energy, and sometimes sexual energy is increased as well.
    The user is usually more talkative.

    The sedative-euphoric-analgesic level: At higher dosages,
    people report that they are less sensitive to pain with a calming sense of pleasure.
    Some reports say the user may enter a dreamy state of bliss.
    Further, people may experience some itching or sweating.
    It is possible one might feel nauseated, but relaxation usually over-rides it.
    Appreciation of music is also reported. Many people report a positive
    ‘afterglow’ the next day.

    Kratom has a long history of use as a pain-killer and treatment for people addicted to various opiates.
    I personally have friends who were addicted to pain pills prescribed by their doctors.
    While Kratom doesn’t give them the “high” they were used
    to, it did however help them get over the sickness of withdrawal
    while they were attempting to quit the prescribed
    opiates.

    Kratom use may cause nausea and constipation. Some people are hypersensitive to the alkaloids Kratom,
    and may experience severe vomiting if using stronger doses.

    WARNINGS
    The greatest risk of using Kratom is falling asleep while engaged in hazardous activities, nausea and possible
    addiction. First time users are also cautioned against
    taking a stronger dose.

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