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How can I provide multiple payment options in my form?Asked by RonEmser on February 21, 2015 at 05:19 AM
I want to offer a RENEWABLE Annual Membership (utilizing Authorize.net) WHILE continuing to offer a NON-RENEWABLE option.
I could not find such an option within your form builder, payment option.
You can accomplish this by creating a multiple payment form as described here: http://www.jotform.com/help/182-How-to-Create-a-Basic-Multiple-Payment-form
In one form, you can offer your membership fees as subscriptions (recurrent payments) and in the other form you can offer them as products (one-time payments).
Please take a look at the mentioned guide and let us know if it works for you.
What do input in the URL field? No instruction )-:
The guide that Raul provided you above shows you an example of what to put for this in "Step 4-3" involving the embed widget.
You have to add a second form per the previous steps then use the direct form link from that and place it into the embed widget of the first form which you are creating the multiple payment options on. To get the a forms "direct url link" you can either preview it or click on embed to obtain it.
Also, I would additionally like to point out that we noticed you asked two similar questions here https://www.jotform.com/answers/521586-What-URL-to-use-when-embedding-iframe-into-jotform#2 and here https://www.jotform.com/answers/521543-What-URL-do-I-use-when-I-embed-an-i-frame#1 to your followup question above that was already requesting clarification.
Please do not ask the same question in multiple threads. If it is unrelated to a previous thread then this is when it needs to be a new thread. We try our best to answer threads in the order that they are received and thank you for your cooperation.