- donamesburyAsked on December 02, 2012 at 04:15 PM
"I am building a website that (hopefully) will have multiple pages, like a property sales website. Each can be equipped with the same inquiry form, but when I receive the submitted form I need to be able to identify which property it relates to. I could produce a standard form, and then give them an identifying number (or name), but then I have to have a separate form for each property. Is there a way I can simplify and avoid having upteen forms?"
- jeanettebmzAnswered on December 02, 2012 at 05:14 PM
Yes, you can have a single form into multiple sites. Please follow this guide that one of our skilled Support representatives made in order to help to accomplish this purpose:
How to Use a Single Form in Multiple Sites
The first thing you need to do is insert a Hidden Box into your form. You can find it under the Power Tools section of the Form Builder.
Name that box with something that's easy to remember. Let's say, "website".
Get your iframe embed code.
Append this piece of code: "?website=google" at the end of the URL so it becomes
Replace google with any identifier, i.e. your website's name.
Embed your form.
As an example, filling out this form with the url parameters ?website=google
sends me this notification email:
I hope this helps, do not hesitate to contact us again if you still have doubts