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Adding Form to FacebookLast Update: September 17, 2013
Adding forms to Facebook is quick and easy using JotForm. Once you’ve created your the form you want to use on your Facebook page in the Form Builder, follow the instructions below.
We use the Static HTML: iframe tabs Facebook application to add our form to our Facebook page. You'll learn how to add the application soon, but let's first get our form code for Facebook.
Getting Your Form Code1. Create your form on JotForm. Set the form's width to 810
2. Open "Setup & Embed" tab on toolbar then click on "Embed Form"3. Click the "Facebook" button
4. Copy the Facebook form code
Adding Your Facebook iFrame App1. Go to your Facebook page and on the search bar enter "Static HTML: iframe tabs"*.
2. Click the "Add Static HTML to a Page" button3. Choose your Facebook page to add the iframe tab and click the add button
Adding Your Form to Your Facebook Page
1. Go to your Facebook page and click the iFrame tab. It looks like a grey star
2. Find and Click "Edit Tab" to add content to the Page Tab
It's highly recommended that you use "https" to avoid any security issues on the page since Facebook requires secure protocol.
Alternative iFrame apps for your Facebook page
2. iFrame Apps
Please take note that free users are only allowed up to 10 SSL submissions maximum per month (since you are using https version of your form). You should consider upgrading to a paid plan if you expect to receive SSL submissions in excess of 10 a month.
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