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I have tried every which way, following some of the advice on the postsAsked by amethystangel on December 31, 2015 at 11:36 AM
I have tried every which way, following some of the advice on the posts here, but it always comes out as a link, not as a form. This was my test, using one of my current forms on a site I don't use anymore
any ideas? I would love to move my website to wordpress, I only kept it where it was because jotform was incompatible with wordpress.com!
This is a re-post of a comment on How to embed a form to Wordpress.com
I have personally tried to embed a form to a wordpress.com page recently and ran into the same issue. Here is the recent thread from another user where we also tried everything we could:
It seems there may have been an update from Wordpress that is no longer allowing forms to be embedded using our previous methods.
This has been forwarded to a our developers and given the highest priority. We will update the thread above as soon as we have any further information as to how to embed forms in Wordpress.com pages once again.