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    Hello,I tried everything now to get my jotform in muse.

    Asked by barterhallen on May 26, 2016 at 10:44 AM

    Hello,

    I tried everything now to get my jotform in muse. Strange thing is that I see the form in Muse and also in the test page, however when it is uploaded to our FTP it has disapeared/it is not showing somehow.

    www.bookbuilders.nl/test and on the blog page we tried to put the form in for testing.



    This is a re-post of a comment on Adding a form to Adobe Muse

    JotForm FTP www hello
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    Answered by david on May 26, 2016 at 11:43 AM

    I checked both pages and did not see JotForm embed code in either one.  Try adding the form using the iFrame code:

    http://www.jotform.com/help/148-Getting-the-Form-iFrame-Code


           4.1. On your menu bar (on the top-left), click "Object"
           4.2. Select "Insert HTML"
           4.3. A pop-up will appear with the sample code.
                  This is "arbitrary HTML".  Paste your code there
           4.4. Click OK


    This is also the part when you will need to adjust the width of the box for your form to fit.  Otherwise it will get cut off. (Note: height automatically adjusts):

    5. Once done, publish your Adobe Muse web page in 2 ways:

    a.) Publish your form on your business catalyst website by clicking "Publish" on top, login to your account and follow the next steps

    b.) Export as HTML

        b1) Click File on your Adobe Muse Application > Export as HTML