how do i import html

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    Asked on June 07, 2010 at 04:45 AM

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    Answered on June 07, 2010 at 05:37 AM
    On My Forms page, click on "New Form" and then select "Import Form". You will see two options:
    1. From a web page
    2. Clone an existing form

    Either enter the URL of the form or uploaded the HTML code.
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    Answered on July 28, 2010 at 06:06 PM

    There is no selection that says, "Upload Html Code." You can only type in the URL.

    If I import a form from a webpage that I formatted  into neat rows and cells, Jotform translates it into one very long form with all my fields stacked in one column. This will not do. How do I get Jotform to retain my formatting? Here is the link to my form I painstakingly created.


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    Answered on July 29, 2010 at 08:01 AM

    Unfortunately, it is not possible to keep the format. JotForm will get question types and labels but it will not keep the existing design on the page. 

    What you can do is to edit the source code of the original form file in a text editor and make sure field names are exactly same with the JotForm form and it submits to JotForm site. Also make sure the "spc" line is copied to your form code. Then you can keep using your form but it would submit to JotForm site. 

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    Answered on June 28, 2011 at 12:08 AM


    i want to edit the return value of input text from my online form so how can i approach:




    Akash Mandal


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    Answered on June 30, 2011 at 05:30 AM

    Akash: Please post unrelated questions to their own thread.This thread is about importing forms. It is not related to the question you asked. I will answer your question below, but if you have any further questions, do not post it here. Instead, click on Add New Question button on the forum.

    To change your form's Thank You page:

    1. Click on "Setup and Share" tab on the form builder toolbar
    2. Click on "Thank You"
    3. Select "Custom URL" option and enter a URL from your own web site.