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How can I use the database information that I create with JotForm to populate my Wix site?Asked by eventowl on December 12, 2013 at 01:34 AM
Hello, I am unhappy with the stagnant graphics and the mobile unfriendliness of a Drupal site that I had created for me. I am happy with the design set up of Wix, and after some research, have found that your form and data collection services may be the missing piece I need to move this across to a new service.
However, I am unsure how to populate the information that I would enter into Jotform, to a Wix site.
Essentially I would like the details entered and submitted into JotForm, i.e. addresses, and pictures to become the search results that can be filtered, on a Wix site.
Do you have any advice about how I can make this happen?
The site I'd like to improve (which has a basic example of how I'd like the site to navigate, search results etc), is www.eventowl.com.au (This does not have the form embedded at the moment, but is a good example).
Let me know?
If you mean populate the form results to the search URL query on your Wix site then that's possible.
On the provided Wix example, this is the search URL query when you make sample search on that page.
You can replace the bolded part with a field tags from your form so when you hit submit on your form, these tags will be populated with the form data.
This link must be placed on your form thank you message.
To get your form field tags, check this guide:
However, if you mean save the form data to your Wix database after form submissions then that's not possible in the form builder, but there's a workaround which requires custom PHP script, here's a guide: Form to MySQL
Let us know if you have further questions. Thanks!
Thank you for this! I meant the latter and will need to get my head around creating the custom PHP script but this looks like the answer I need.
Glad to be of assistance, Natasha.
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