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    How to show a signup form only once?

    Asked by bulletblues on February 06, 2017 at 08:40 AM


    How can I show the signup form only once. When people are browsing the products and return to the homepage the popup is showing again. Also we dont really want to show the signup/popup to existing customers.


    Is this possible?

    Thanks, your help is much appreciated


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    Answered by olivia on February 06, 2017 at 09:22 AM

    Hi Helena,

    Unfortunately, it is not possible to create a login/sign up form in JotForm. We have no membership feature. 

    On the other hand, I have checked your website. When I opened your website (https://bulletbluesca.com/), a popup form was coming. After I submitted the form, you redirected me to discount page (https://bulletbluesca.com/discount).

    Your issue is the case if the user click Home after the Discount page. Unfortunately, there is no way to overcome this issue. If you embed the form in to the popup, whenever you refresh the page, this popup will come.

    My suggestion is to duplicate the Home page and give the second Home page URL to the Home in your website menu. You can control the URLs in your domain with the source code of your website but you cannot control the URLs in your domain within the form.  

    Let me clarify.

    #1- You have home1.html, discount.html and home2.html.

    #2- Give the link home2.html to Home below (in all webpages).

    #3- Embed your form into the home1.html.

    #4- When a user opens your website (https://bulletbluesca.comfor the first time, you can direct him to the home1.html. You can control this with the codes (PHP, JavaScript etc.) in your website. Unfortunately, JotForm don't allow to inject PHP or Script codes into the form.

    #5- After the user submits your form in the home1, you redirect him to the discount.html. In the #2, we have assigned the home2.html to the Home button in the menu. Therefore, there is no way to back to the home1.html after discount.html.

    Unfortunately, this is the only way to control URLs in your website.

    If you need any other supports, please feel free to let us know.

    Thank you.