- LaCheunPattenAsked on September 28, 2011 at 08:23 PM
I am creating a survey form using JotForm, which has various drop down menus, conditional drop down menus, text and star fields, and would like to know if the data can be automatically fed to another web page that I'll do the layout for, HOWEVER, cumulatively and in a format that I can customize to look good on my results page.
Ultimately, I would like for the results page to have a nicely designed look, much like my survey page, but to have cumulative data that viewers are able to use with drop down menus, conditional drop down menus, text and star fields to access the results of all of the submissions. I'm using iWeb to do the basic layouts of the pages. I know iWeb is not high-end and complex, but am I taking the right path using JotForm and iWeb together to try to obtain these results?
- brx250Answered on September 30, 2011 at 01:51 AM
Unfortunately, since the files are hosted on JotForm, this is not possible if you are using the regular service. In order for you to get more versatility, you have to get custom solutions that allow you to house your JotForms and submissions on your own server.
You can send additional inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org and also i already took the liberty in submitting your concerns to our development team.
If you do have additional questions, please feel free to contact us again.
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