- markashtonAsked on July 12, 2013 at 08:49 AM
Have successfully applied a custom domain to a form.
Is it possible to apply the same technique to Jotform reports.
I am currently using the iframe embed option for reports but would prefer to use a custom domain if possible.
Many Thanks Mark
- JotForm FounderaytekinAnswered on July 12, 2013 at 09:29 AM
Thanks for your suggestion. Why not? I think it is a good idea.
Added it to our feature request list.
- markashtonAnswered on July 12, 2013 at 09:31 AM
Please let me know by this thread when done - I'll use that straight away.
Save me loads of time hosting it myself
- JotForm SupportWelvinAnswered on July 12, 2013 at 10:08 AM
I think this is possible with our existing guide on using Custom Domain for forms. Check it out: How to use Custom Domains with Jotform.
Example: http://form.welvin-rc.com/table/31923714685056 (Using my own web domain welvin-rc.com)
Will this work? Or, are you looking for a specific?
- markashtonAnswered on July 12, 2013 at 10:28 AM
Good call man. That totally works - wicked.
You're now in my cool book ;-)
- markashtonAnswered on August 15, 2013 at 08:02 AM
Thought I'd reach out on this thread as I know you will see it ... and it is related to using custom domains with reports.
I have started using your grid reports using a custom domain and they work beautifully ... bar one thing ... the Page Title Syntax ... its all over the place ...
Let's have a look at the Page Title Syntax for Jotform Reports:
HTML Report: http://demomr.myresearch.info/table/32262873580053
This defaults to the Page Title Of The Form: DemoMR Diary
Graph Report: http://demomr.myresearch.info/report/31973752897068
This defaults to the name you have given the report
Grid Report: http://demomr.myresearch.info/grid/32123734738050
This defaults to the unchangeable phrase ... Jotform - Grid ??
Now, the grid report is brilliant ... and this custom domain technique requires no tweaking or integrating.
But rather than having to embed the report to remove the page title reference to Jotform ... which is totally over the top and long-winded ...
Would you be most kind as to change the Page Title of Grid Reports to exactly the same as the HTML reports i.e. to default to the Page Title Of The Form
I was hoping this would be a couple of mins job ... just a html tweak in between the page title tags of the Grid Report template.
This would then prevent the great feature of custom domains for grid reports being undermined by this page title anomaly.
What says you. Can it be done quick?
Many Thanks Mark
PS I don't mind the jotform favicon ... just the word Jotform in the Page Title
PPS You'll note I've been banging on about this here: http://www.jotform.com/answers/246949-Change-Page-Title-Of-Grid-Report-From-Jotform-Grid-to-Grid-Report-
- JotForm SupportjonathanAnswered on August 15, 2013 at 11:21 AM
Your original topic for this thread was about Custom Domain For Reports.
Please let us try to keep discussion on what the topic was about.
Since this thread already have a ticket opened, your latest messages should have reached the appropriate personnel involved.
- markashtonAnswered on August 15, 2013 at 11:39 AM
True ... but I can't make use of them ... at all ... because of this issue ...
I only want to use grid reports .... but what's the point of using a custom domain when it gives the domain owner in the page title ??
So, there's no use for it ... when this counter-factor is considered.
My experience tells me that Aytekin has more chance of directly reading this thread as he has responded on it ... not so on the other one ...
.... And as I badgered him to death with regard to making grid reports world-class by adding thumbnails ... its possible that he may go to one of his engineers ...
"Slap the form title field in between the html page title tags for grid reports will you ... just like the html report"
If he did that then this thread ... and the other one cited would be done ... and I, and my persistence, would be off the radar ;-)
Thanks Regards Mark
- JotForm SupportMike_TAnswered on August 15, 2013 at 02:53 PM
We will update the original thread once the title issue is fixed. Thank you for your patience.