- Mike RockouskiAsked on May 18, 2015 at 01:00 PM
I'm going to be building a new website for our company that has a responsive design. How do I integrate Jotforms into this?
Is it just a matter of building the same form in multiple sizes, and then having each version of the form embedded in each size of the main website, or is Jotform capable - out of the box or through a widget/app - of creating one form that is also responsive?
- BenAnswered on May 18, 2015 at 01:38 PM
A great thing about JotForm Mike is that you get to build 1 form and it will make several of it. To explain what I mean - usually you have to, as you have mentioned design several versions of the same form in order to properly follow the responsive / fluid design.
Now with JotForm as soon as you turn on the Mobile Responsive option all that is done for you.
You may want some little tweaks or adjustments, but all that heavy lifting is done for you.
You can see more about this here: How to make forms Mobile Responsive
Do let us know how your website development goes and how to forms fit in it - especially if you need our help with some part of your form design and we would be happy to be there for you :)