Users who are using Convertri will noticed their decision trees do not display too well or in cases gives a blank screen on the 2nd node.
This is a known issue with Convertri.
The parent element that holds the decision tree embed code, has a position absolute in css.
This will break the layout on different devices.
The rest of the element on the page uses the same approach, it seems that the page builder is working that way.
Having position absolute , you don’t have an ability to have a dynamic height, if you use 100% as a value.
When LeadsHook Decision Tree changes its height, the parent element with position absolute css will not change its height, thus making the LeadsHook decision tree invisible.