White Label: How can I have the form submit without showing a Jotform URL?

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    markashton
    Asked on December 17, 2012 at 02:30 PM

    Hi,

    I would like to have a completely jotform free for experience for clients ...

    Embedding source code has the advantage over Iframe and embed method as no jotform reference is noticeable in the source code.

    However, on submission of a form that has embedded source code the submission page url changes to submit.jotform.php etc.

    Any technique to prevent this .... except a redirect ... I'd rather keep it simple than having to create a dedicated page

    Thanks, Regards Mark

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    NeilVicente
    Answered on December 17, 2012 at 02:58 PM

    Mark,

    The script that processes form submissions is hosted in our server, so it is natural that the form redirects to submit.jotform.com. Currently, there is no way around this other than creating a redirection page.

    I can imagine a workaround by having the form submit to the 'form processor script' in the background by using ajax, but I am not sure how the said workaround can be simpler than just creating a redirection page.

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    markashton
    Answered on December 18, 2012 at 09:53 AM

    Neil,

    Thanks for that. I can see that source code embedded with a redirection page on my server would do the trick.

    What if I wanted to pull the field name of the person from jotform to my redirection page ... that'll be the "send post data" thing yeah?

    Do I just have to paste the field name in my html page for this to work?

    Any advice would be great on that thanks

    Regards Mark

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    markashton
    Answered on December 18, 2012 at 01:10 PM

    Hi Eduardo,

    Your suggestion's somewhat ovekill don't you think? Just to get a name on a Thankyou Page?

    Go for the white-labelled licensing option that never gets updated and costs a load?? I don't think so.

    What's the "send post data" function for then? I thought that was for this very purpose? To transmit data to a thankyou page

    Isn't there a clever iframe thing one can do or something - I only want to prevent submit.jotform.php showing up in the address bar.

    Many thanks

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    Mike_T
    Answered on December 18, 2012 at 02:34 PM

    Mark, I think that the following may work for you:

    1. Create a form page on your site, e.g. yourdomain.com/form-page.html.

    2. Put your form source to that form-page.html.

    3. Embed that page using an iFrame to your main page.

    As far as I understand, it will work "without redirection" to submit.jotformpro.com.

    Thank you.