- Chris VoeltnerAsked on March 29, 2017 at 03:35 PM
I wanted to ask if I was to use your forms, could we create a simple html contact form that could be accessible if we put a link to the form on our website, code it to open in a specific sized window, someone fills it out, and then it sends that response to a specified email?
Basically, we have a church website that doesn't have the ability to create contact forms, so I'm looking third-party. This site seems great, I just want to make sure if I was to say "Contact me" (someone clicks the contact me underlined text) and it opens your form that I've specified to go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Would this work properly?
- SafaaAnswered on March 29, 2017 at 03:52 PM
Thank you for contacting JotForm Support.
You can easily create a contact form using our form builder, and we have a number of templates available to help you get started, and you can then customize them as you wish. Take a look at our
As for adding the form to your website, you can either embed the form into your website (follow this guide), or you can add a hyperlink somewhere in your website to redirect to your JotForm form, opening it in a custom sized window would have to be coded in your own website, and not in your JotForm form. To add a link to your form, simply add this HTML code to your website:
<a target="_blank" href="FORM_URL">Whatever Text you would like as the link text</a>
Make sure you replace FORM_URL with your JotForm form URL.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you need any further help.