Which Form Embed Code Should I Use?

JotForm’s Publish wizard has many options. Which one is best for you? This simple guide will help you find the right solution for your needs.1. Do you use one of the following platforms?iWeb, Dreamweaver, Wordpress, Facebook, FrontPage, Blogge...


Getting the Form iFrame Code

iFrames are used commonly on embedding 3rd party services to your web page. Social sharing buttons, various widgets, and most of the stuff out there is added with an iFrame code. Don't know the difference between embed codes? Chec...


Adding a Form to Your Launch Effect Campaign

Launch Effect is a free Wordpress theme that lets you create a viral campaign in minutesNow you can add your own custom form to your Launch Effect campaign to replace the default form.Here's how:1.  Get the iFrame embed code of the form.1.1. Cli...


Adding a Form to Weebly

Embedding forms to a Weebly-hosted website is a breeze. Here's how:1.  Get your form's iFrame codes 2.  Open your site using Weebly's site editor3.  Add a Custom HTML element to the desired page on your si...


Adding a Form to Wix Site

Would you like to add your JotForm form in your website built using the Wix editor? You can use the iFrame code in this case, just follow the steps below.1. Click on "Publish" button in your form builder.2. In your "Publish" wizard, navigate to the "...


How to Know the Exact URL of a Page From Which a Submission Came

This guide is deprecated. We have a widget that captures referrer URL/website address. It's very easy to use without the need of modifying your form source code. Get it here: http://widgets.jotform.com/widget/get_referrer1.  Insert a h...


Adding Form to Facebook (Custom iFrame App)

Adding forms to Facebook is quick and easy using JotForm. If you have already created your form in the form builder, follow the instructions below.  We use Static HTML: iframe tabs Facebook application on embedding the form to the Facebook page....