- artdirAsked on October 30, 2014 at 12:46 PM
Created a form with your template, put it in Dreamweaver format (which I can't see any of my web design information after adding the form), and tested it in Safari. Not sure how to see if any of it went through, nor how to interpret the email settings window.
- CarinaAnswered on October 30, 2014 at 01:59 PM
If you wish you can embed your jotform using the iFrame method:
By default, if you are logged in, the jotform creates an email notification to the email of the Jotform account. But it is advisable to check if it is properly set up.
Sender name can be the name of the user filling in the jotform. For that please select the name field of your jotform.
If you want to be able to reply directly to the user you can select the email field in the"reply-to email" area.
The recipient email is the email address where you want to receive the email notifications every time someone fills in the jotform:
You can see here more details.
To test it you can make a submission and then check your email inbox.
Let us know if we can assist you further.