How to display form within the website and have redirection affect form only?

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    Asked on January 25, 2016 at 06:41 AM



    I was wondering how i can resolve my problem.

    I embed this form in my wordpress site, (everything works) but now at the end there is a thank you redirect link to a seccond form, with prepolated fields (submission from form 1 that i take with to form 2).

    That works fine, but the problem offcourse is tha where form 1 is embedded form 2 is not, it is a jotform url.

    And that is a problem, i don't wan"'t that this url is visible, visitors must have the idea that there still on my domain/website.

    How can i resolve this?

    The form i embed


    The thank you redirect i use (for populating some fields on form 2 ) is{kostprijsVan}&betaaldVoorschot901={voorschot}&welkBedrag={teLenen}&jkp={hetJkp}&looptijd903={looptijdVeld}&maandelijkseAflossing={maandelijkseAflossing}&totaalbedragOp={opEinddatum}

    Form 2 is

    So one visitors hit go ahead 'vraag dit krediet" button on form 1 they go away from my website.

    How i can resolve this? So that people go forward to form 2 but they still are on my

    And a seccond question

    A workaround could if i could use my subdomain that i linked as suggested

    So that form 1 looks like something like

    ant the rest accordingly


    Thanks for you reply

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    Answered on January 25, 2016 at 10:56 AM

    Technically if you are using iframe embed code for your form 1 you should only experience redirects within that iframe - so the entire form space would shown another form, while your website should not be redirected from.

    However if you are already using iframe code and this happens, do let us know to check it out for you.

    You can see how to get iframe embed code: How to get the jotform iFrame Code

    Now if this does not work, then another approach can be made. Simply create a blank page (not a WordPress page) on your website and place the form embed code withing the same.

    Now create iframe element that will be pointed towards that new page (with form).

    As such, the form should only cause the redirect to be made on that document. However do let us know how it goes and as always, it would be best to include the link to the page where we can check it all out, allowing us to be able to properly assist you with the same.

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    Answered on January 28, 2016 at 01:43 PM


    I've tested some ways, but i can't get it working. First i thought it was the theme used in wordpress, so i tried it on another wordpress install, with different iframe plugins, non of that worked, i kept going ,after hitting the blue or green button at the botom,to form 2 at url:jotform

    I even tried like you said with a blank html page with my first form on my server and embeding link off the html in wordpress, nada

    But for some reason the link works fine, i stay on my when going to the second form the first time .

    I had this also with iframe methode, yesterday is succeeded on going true to form 2 in my domain.

    But today nothing seemed to work

    you find some tests on this site (sorry most it is in dutch)

    How can i resolve this? i wanne stay on my domain when going from form 1 to form 2

    because form 2 has more than 400 fields i think, and some 100 conditions so when i merge both i can rebuild 100 conditions, and my form will slow down

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    Answered on January 28, 2016 at 04:19 PM

    I have nothing against Dutch, so no need to be sorry for having the page written in it :)

    When I checked your website I see that you have a Feedback button at the bottom of the page, but it is trying to call the following code:

    <script type="text/javascript">
                          new JotformFeedback({
                             formId     : "",
                             buttonText : "Feedback",
                             base       : "",
                             background : "#F59202",
                             fontColor  : "#FFFFFF",
                             buttonSide : "bottom",
                             buttonAlign: "center",
                             type       : "1",
                             width      : "700",
                             height     : "500",

    Please do note that that is not a good / valid code and you will be experiencing issues with it.

    The reason is that there is no form ID specified in the formId parameter and it will cause the form call to be made in a wrong manner and not display the same.

    To fix this, just grab the new Feedback embed code.

    - This is associated with orange button that says FEEDBACK. If you have the form under something else (I was not able to see) do let us know what we should click on and we would happy to investigate it further.

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    Answered on January 28, 2016 at 04:22 PM


    The feedback button is the least of my problems, the problem where from before i tested the feedback button. But ok i removed the link from it, that's correct

    here another wordpress install with the same problems what jotform concerns


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    Answered on January 28, 2016 at 04:25 PM

    The problems are on page

    one you click on the green button which has the following link{kostprijsVan}&betaaldVoorschot901={voorschot}&welkBedrag={teLenen}&jkp={hetJkp}&looptijd903={looptijdVeld}&maandelijkseAflossing={maandelijkseAflossing}&totaalbedragOp={opEinddatum}

    I leave my website, the goal is to stay on my site

    and iframe doesn't doe the trick.

    Like i said i tried several iframe plugins, even a blank html page with i embeded in the wordpress site

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    Answered on January 28, 2016 at 05:42 PM

    I see now what you mean. The iframe will show you the thank you page within the iframe, that part works properly, the issue is that the redirection is trying to navigate your top level navigation instead so this would always try to redirect the entire page.

    What you could do is to redirect to another page on your website - for example:

    And have the data passed to it instead:{kostprijsVan}&betaaldVoorschot901={voorschot}&welkBedrag={teLenen}&jkp={hetJkp}&looptijd903={looptijdVeld}&maandelijkseAflossing={maandelijkseAflossing}&totaalbedragOp={opEinddatum}

    This would then make it possible for you to capture the same values and pass it onto the next form easily if you use js embed code embed (it should do that for you), but it is easy to do a bit of codding to pass the value from URL to the iframe as well.

    Would something like that work for you?

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    Answered on January 29, 2016 at 03:53 AM



    I've tried something like that before, but it didn't work.

    1. i linked my domain to jotform 

    This brings me to my jotform admin panel, but not in stealth way, meaning jotforms shows up in the url bar in my browser.

    I even tried to put my form at the end, like this{kostprijsVan}&betaaldVoorschot901={voorschot}&welkBedrag={teLenen}&jkp={hetJkp}&looptijd903={looptijdVeld}&maandelijkseAflossing={maandelijkseAflossing}&totaalbedragOp={opEinddatum}

    but this is not working.

    The way it works, i don't care, workarond, redirect or what way ...the goal is tha customers stay on my domain, prefebably on my website, but if the already stay in for instance in the url bar, it's good for me, this let people believe they still are on my site, instead of somewhere else.

    So what do you propose?

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    Answered on January 29, 2016 at 10:15 AM

    I checked this website:, it actually navigates to which you have mentioned. And is not a valid form link. Are you using DNS and CNAME on this? Something similar to this guide:


    As suggested by may colleague, prepopulating on an embedded website should be possible on Wordpress, here's a sample setup I made.

    1. First, I added my Form 1 ( to my Wordpress site page 1.

    Here's my sample link: http://localhost:1234/wordpress/page-1/ (it won't work in your end because it is in my localhost). I embedded this form using the iFrame embed code.


    2. I then created page 2 in my website where Form 2 ( is setup.


    3. Here's my page 2 link: http://localhost:1234/wordpress/page-2/ 

    How do I redirect from page 1 to page 2 and at the same time prepopulating the form?

    I'll have this as the redirect link:


    Basically, you can prepopulate a form embedded on your wordpress website if it is embedded using the script code. I believe it won't work if Form 2 is embedded using iFrame.

    Yellow highlight: wordpress page where the form is embedded (using default script code)

    Green highlight: the prepopulate parameters, no need to add the form ID or link.


    4. Here's how it works, noticed that when I submitted the form in page 1, I was redirected to page 2 with the prepopulated link.



    I am redirected to Form 2 but I am still on the same domain. I am not sure if this is the solution that you are looking for, but I hope that helps.

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    Answered on January 29, 2016 at 12:52 PM

    Ok, indeed i see that my colleg did a forward to instead of cname reccord.
    I changed it already to the correct dns/cname settings.


    Unfortenatly i can't see you work live.

    But i will give it a go, hopefully i can get it working