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    Embedding Form on Adobe Muse

    Asked by blkdesigns on November 06, 2013 at 04:42 PM

    how do I create this for my adobe muse site?  Is it even possible?  Please advise.

    lightbox email form email form email adobe muse
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    Answered by Cesar on November 06, 2013 at 05:31 PM

    Hello, 

    You can use Lightbox on Adobe Muse, Adobe - Muse - Create a lightboxAdobe Muse - Adding a Lightbox Composition widget

    Below I will append the steps on how to go about getting the lightbox code of your form:

    On the top toolbar of the Form Editor, click on Embed Form

    https://cms.jotform.com/uploads/image_upload/image_upload/global/17767_ifram00.png

    On the main Embed Form Wizard screen, click on the Lightbox button

    https://cms.jotform.com/uploads/image_upload/image_upload/global/20579_lightbox01.png

     

    You'll be taken to the Lightbox section of the Embed Form Wizard. 
    Here you can copy the Lightbox code to use on your Adobe Muse site

    https://cms.jotform.com/uploads/image_upload/image_upload/global/20580_lightbox02.png

    Once you have the Lightbox Code, kindly referr to the Adobe Muse guides on how to embed this code to your site.

     

    Additional to this, another way to have your working form added to your website created with Adobe Muse is to add the form using the iFrame Method, Adobe Muse does allow using LightBox to be used, And I would advise trying the lighbox code first, since this is what you are originally set out to do, but if it doesn't display properly, I would then default to the iFrame Method.

    The process is the same, in regards to getting your lightbox code or getting iFrame code to embed the form to your site, below I will guide you on how to go about getting the iFrame code, 

    On the top toolbar of the Form Editor, click on Embed Form

    https://cms.jotform.com/uploads/image_upload/image_upload/global/17767_ifram00.png

     

    On the main Embed Form Wizard screen, click on the iFrame button

    https://cms.jotform.com/uploads/image_upload/image_upload/global/17768_ifram01.png

    You'll be taken to the iFrame section of the Embed Form Wizard.
    Here you can copy the iFrame code to use on your Adobe Muse site

    https://cms.jotform.com/uploads/image_upload/image_upload/global/17769_ifram02.png

    I would suggest to go through the guide (Adobe Muse - Adding iframes to your site to display other site pages with embedded HTML) for a guidance on how to add iFrame code to you Adobe Muse site.

    If you do need further assistance, do let us know. Thank you.

     

    Related Articles:

    Adobe - Muse - Create a lightbox

    Adobe Muse - Adding a Lightbox Composition widget

    Adobe Muse Help / Embedding HTML

    Adobe Muse - Adding iframes to your site to display other site pages with embedded HTML

    http://tv.adobe.com/videos/lightbox/

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    Answered by blkdesigns on November 06, 2013 at 05:39 PM
    Will these steps of dropping in the code also allow the lightbox to "popup" upon going to the website for the first time without having to click on something?
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    Answered by Cesar on November 06, 2013 at 07:05 PM

    Hello, the Lightbox code provided above is the means to have the form displayed on the site via a click event. On the other hand, the iFrame code is to embed the form on to the page.

    Doing some research on the Adobe website, it appears that lightbox can only be triggered through "OnClick" events. http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1106422.

     

    Additional to the information above, Ive also found this guide:

    JotForm - Adding-Form-to-Adobe-Muse

    It is yet another useful alternative on how to go about embedding a form to your site. 

     

    If you need further assistance, do let us know. Thank you.