- Rich TanksleyAsked on March 05, 2015 at 10:41 AM
- SeanAnswered on March 05, 2015 at 12:06 PM
If you would like your form to be on your domain, you would have to get the source code for the form and have it embedded on one of your web pages hosted on your server.
You can get the source code for the form by following the instructions in this guide.
However, if you make any changes to the form via Jotform, it would require you to update the source on your web page for it to reflect the changes made.
You can also embed the form using the iFrame mehod, this would not mean the form is hosted on your server but it is more like a window to the web page the form is hosted on our server. This method would also require you to update the embed code if changes were made (adding or removing fields for example).
I hope this answers your question. Do let us know if further clarification is needed.