Do we get the HTML of the finished forms or are they self hosted?

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    Leah Ko
    Asked on August 20, 2015 at 05:57 PM
    Are the forms generated by your company as an HTML or do you publish the form and provide a link?
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    Answered on August 20, 2015 at 06:33 PM

    All forms Leah are automatically available to you to be accessed over web as soon as you click on create form.

    This is so because you are right away given the direct link to your jotform that you can share with everyone, or use yourself to see what others would see. This jotform is a hosted version of your form that does not show any ads, banners or links - completely your form - showing only what you want.

    You can of course get several different embedding methods to show your form on your website, or even grab the full source code of the same - allowing you to embed the form where and how you wish - and even apply some modifications if needed.

    You can see a bit about this here: How to embed jotform on a Web Page, but we have a lot of guides on embedding forms so it is very likely that we have one for your CMS as well, while we are here to assist if that is needed :)

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    Answered on September 19, 2018 at 06:35 AM

    Good News,

    Jotform Enterprise is released and it supports hosting your data on your private dedicated server, "Single SignOn" and "White-labelling". You can get further info on