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    Creating payment processing jotforms and embedding them on iWeb

    Asked by Randy  on October 12, 2014 at 01:39 AM

      Was gulded to your service by a "Make a Contact Form - HTML FOR iWeb - Cohen. Looking for other uses as in Payment tools. Developing this on iWeb? Possible? 

    Thanks Randy

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    Answered by Ben on October 12, 2014 at 08:11 AM

    Hi Randy,

    First, welcome. :)

    I would like to suggest that you register for our free account as that way anything that you do will be saved in that account and allow us to provide you with faster support as well as allowing you to save your changes and see them in your account no matter what device you use.

    Looking for other uses as in Payment tools.

    We have several payment processing apps that you can just drag onto your jotform and use. You can see more about them here Payment Forms.

    Developing this on iWeb? Possible?

    Yes, it is possible to use the jotforms that you have created through JotForm builder on your iWeb site. You can read here how to add jotform to iWeb.

    The best thing that I would recommend is to try creating a jotform giving it a direction where you want it to go and if you are not sure how to accomplish something we are here to help, so feel free to ask.

    Do let us know if you have any further questions.

    Best Regards,
    Ben