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    I have a client who wants me to use jotforms and.....

    Asked by areed622 on December 15, 2015 at 01:48 PM

    He wants users to register using jotforms and to upload text, images, videos, etc. He then wants each user to be able to view his or her uploaded materials (and to be able to edit it as well.) 

    This is what he requested:

     

    Andrew,  each HTML  jotform code that I've sent you (last email in the body of the email) needs to have a Sub page ,  for example: REGISTER AS A FEATURED ARTIST (if you click on that option from REGISTER HERE page,  should take you to  the Register as FEATURED ARTIST   jotform , Framed by the JPEG design that I've submitted.  All Register  JOTFORMS (that I've sent , need to open up when clicked on Register as ..... ....... ...... , after person fills out and submits the Jotforms (corresponding to what are they registering for) they can get their personal page, and upload their images, video, info. 

     

    Page URL:
    http://artregistry.world/jotformsembed.php

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    Answered by david on December 15, 2015 at 02:14 PM

    Hi,

    Unfortunately, log in forms are not possible through JotForm.  There is not way to allow your clients users to create accounts and view materials through our forms.   The forms can only be used to collected data and cannot reference outside resources.  Your client is looking for a much larger system with a fair amount of database work.

    What the form would do, is collect the username and store it on our servers.  Collecting usernames is actually against our terms of use.  If we did allow it, there would be no way to reference that collected username for log in purposes, let along to access a full profile with linked materials.