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    I have been working with godaddy's website builder and have run into a snag. I am unable to embed my form

    Asked by stephanie Ellis on May 05, 2015 at 05:43 PM
    If there is anyone out there who gets this message or can help me I would be forever grateful.  I have been working with godaddy's website builder and have run into a snag. No one at go daddy can answer My problem.  I have created a website  soccerpals.com and have tried to put an order form on the order page.  I have followed their instructions... done the button and followed the directions but no form comes up on my site. Clicking on the button either gives me an error message or a "no title"message.   I have done the "order form " in css4 and also as a PDF but can't get it on to the page.  For awhile it was downloading the wrong information but now I can't get anything to work.  I even tried to replace an image with the form but couldn't get to the manage file to download it. I do not understand HTML code but am a novice trying to get a site up with great difficulty .
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    Answered by david on May 05, 2015 at 05:44 PM

    Hi,

    I actually have a website builder account as well.  Though I am not the biggest fan of site builder with GoDaddy due to limitations like this, I was finally able to get my form to embed into the HTML box using the source code:

    http://www.jotform.com/help/104-How-to-get-the-Full-Source-Code-of-your-Form

    Every other method I tried did not seem to work, however, the source code finally allowed the form to embed.

    Keep in mind, when using the source code, if you make any changes to your form, you will need to embed the source code to your page again for the updates to show.

    If this still does not work for you, let us know and we will be happy to have another look.