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    How can I embed my form into a Microsoft Sharepoint webpage?

    Asked by ds500 on October 25, 2013 at 01:49 PM

    Hi, I've tried copying and pasting the code into a web page using Embed code, from which it makes a "snippet" but then it's just blank.

    How please can I do this? Is the code an iframe?

    thank you,

    Dan

     

    (sorry can't leave URL, it's not published yet)

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    Answered by Welvin on October 25, 2013 at 03:44 PM

    Hi Dan,

    Are you following our guide for adding your form to Sharepoint? This guide: http://www.jotform.com/help/152-Adding-Form-To-SharePoint-Site. Kindly check and please let us know if this helps or not.

    Thanks

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    Answered by ds500 on October 25, 2013 at 04:14 PM
    No I was't.
    total newbie. checking out now.
    thanks!
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    Answered by ds500 on October 25, 2013 at 04:29 PM
    Actually, sorry, i've tried this and it frustratingly doesn't work.
    perhaps it's an old version you're stepping through.
    i've opened the second link now, with a video and everything. seems a lot to wade through.
    will try tomorrow.
    cheers.
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    Answered by ds500 on October 25, 2013 at 04:32 PM
    The video without sound in the second link is unintelligible.
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    Answered by jonathan on October 25, 2013 at 05:33 PM

    Hi,

    Our guide http://www.jotform.com/help/152-Adding-Form-To-SharePoint-Site was base on Sharepoint 2007 version.

    Can you tell us your Sharepoint version?  

    To my knowledge the difference in the Web parts, specifically the Content Editor web part is very minimal when comparing the 2007 vs. 2010 Sharepoint version. What I am saying is if your version is 2010, our guide should still be applicable.

    In our Sharepoint guide, at step #13 , you can use the iframe code instead of the script code.

    Use this guide to get the iframe code Getting-the-Form-iFrame-Code

     

    Since I could not do a test using a higher version of Sharepoint, I can only point you to this article

    SharePoint 2010: How to Add HTML Content into the Content Editor Webpart

    The important part is the Content Editor webpart. If you can access this web part and inject your html, then it should be good.

    Inform us if you need further assistance.

    Thanks.

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    Answered by HelpingHandsMi on December 20, 2013 at 02:00 AM

    I have the same question as Dan, which wasn't answered here.

     

    The question is how to add the form into a website page on sharepoint websites - there are no webparts there.

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    Answered by ardy0689 on December 20, 2013 at 08:37 AM

    @ds500,@HelpingHandsMi

    I did a quick research on this as there are lots of Sharepoint users complaining about missing Web parts.

    1. The first thing you will going to need is to access or add a webpart. In 2013, you may have to install the Web Part feature.

    If you are using SharePoint 2010 you may refer to here:

    Add a Web Part to Your Page in Sharepoint 2010

    If you are using SharePoint 2013 you may read this one:

    How to Add a Web part Sharepoint 2013

     

    2. After accessing/installing the Web Part on either version, you should be able to access the Content Editor Web Part

     

    Sharepoint 2007/2010:

    SharePoint 2010: How to Add HTML Content into the Content Editor Webpart

     

    Sharepoint 2013:

    Using the Content Editor Web Part - HA101794745

     

    Please let us know if this guides has helped you so that this will help us to update our documents and user guides in the future. Thank you