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JotForm does not display any branding so if you embed the form in your website it should look like it is a part of your page, so yes, you can do that.
To embed the form you can use the "Embed Form" menu.
If you have any other question, feel free to ask.
Thanks for the reply.
What the question i was asking is... when people click on the form ie URL
from the JotForm site the display it comes on the address bar is Jotform...
what we want is that our Company name comes on and no reference to the form
being a Jotform for.
Is this possible?
*Mr Rafiq Masters*
Director & Senior Adviser
Mobile: 07773 616161 - Office: 0161 457 2395 - Fax: 0161 210 2994
OFFICE: *Building 2 - Exchange Quay - Salford Quays - Manchester - M5 3EB.*
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Yes, that is possible Rafiq by following the steps here: How to create a Custom URL of a form?
There is however just one limitation to this approach and that is that you can not use secure URL or you would get security warnings.
This would allow you to use links such as yourdomain.tld/forms/formID, or form.yourdomain.tld, etc.
Do let us know if you have any additional questions and we would be happy to assist :)
I apologize Rafiq, it seems that I gave you the wrong link. This is the correct one: How to use Custom Domains with JotForm