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I've solved this by embedding the source code, seems to work OK.Asked by nickiversen on December 14, 2016 at 02:57 AM
I've solved this by embedding the source code, seems to work OK.
Anybody know any reasons not to do it this way?
This is a re-post of a comment on Getting the form iFrame code
I have checked your account and I have seen that you have a BRONZE plan.
I did not understand that; if you have experienced that embedding the source codes works, why do you want to know any reason not to do it with this way?
Do you have any problems with it?
Could you please explain your question further?
I meant to ask if there were any potential downsides to doing it this way. Seems to work so far, but I am not super experienced with this stuff.
These are important documents for us and I need to get it right!
Thanks for contacting us. There are multiple embed options to embed your form into your website. Kindly check the user guide below.
We would recommend you to use iFrame to prevent any downside might happen because of Apple products and mobile devices.
If you have further questions, please let us know.
Additional to my previous answer, we recommend using iFrame while embedding forms to websites because iFrame prevents any conflicts might have been caused by usage of script.
If you need more guidance on this, please let us know.