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    If we set up a jotform to register campers for our upcoming event, where do they go to register? Is there a website they can go to?

    Asked by Rosemary Egurrola  on January 14, 2014 at 12:57 PM

    We plan on handing out registration cards with 3 easy way's to register, one would be to visit our website and click on ling, 2 would be to have our team help after our church services (we would do this through our facebook), but is there a way they can go directly to a website and register if they don't have a facebook?

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    Answered by krispi on January 14, 2014 at 01:23 PM

    Hello Rosemary

    If I understood right your question:
    You can create your form on the Jotform website and then you can insert the form on your website, so people can  register directly on your website.
    You can see more details here, on how to add your form to your website:

    I hope it helps.



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    Answered by Welvin on January 14, 2014 at 02:44 PM

    Hello Rosemary,

    First, check our guide on how to create your first form with Jotform: How to Create Your First Web Form. Second, check on what codes and how to embed it to a website or to your Facebook Page: Which Form Embed Code Should I Use?

    You can use our form even without a Facebook Account. You can also ask users to login first to their Facebook Account before they can submit to the form. We have a tool for that: