Forms: Embedding

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    Andrew Barr
    Asked on August 21, 2013 at 03:09 PM



    I discovered your service when I found a large file upload form embedded in a website.  We would like to achieve the same.  How is this form implemented?  For your reference we have a Wordpress site and would like to embed the form in a Jquery accordion drawer (


    Also (note I do not have a technical background) I am hearing that the file upload size possible on our site, depending on how it is implemented, may or may not be subject to the constraints of our hosting provider.  We need a solution that looks branded to our site, is embedded in our site, does not take the user offsite, and is not limited by the constraints of the hosting provider.  Not sure if that is even possible.


    Looking forward to becoming a client if we can get the form working correctly!






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    Answered on August 21, 2013 at 05:41 PM

    Hello Andrew, in your case there is a Wordpress Integration plugin that should allow you to use JotForm on your site. Normally or better said, on non-wordpress sites we do suggest to embed the code utilizing the iFrames but that's only in the case the site is acutally hosted by Wordpress.

    The max file size is og 1GB, this can customized to limit the file size as your needs require. And can be integrated with services such as Google Drive & Dropbox.

    The forms are highly customizable so it should give you no problems when customizing and branding as you like.

    Also, with the form embedded to your site it would not take you offsite to submit it.

    If you need further information, do let us know.