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How to embed my forms to my website created with WebflowAsked by miohonda on September 29, 2016 at 03:15 AM
I need to embed the forms into my website created with Webflow. Since Webflow is an online web creator and cannot edit the scripts directly, I am guessing this means there is no solution for this..?
I am really not familiar with coding etc so I may be misunderstanding the situation and your advise. Please correct me if I am wrong.
I have tried to create my own Webflow account and upon exploring, I see that there's a way for you to embed your Jotforms to your Webflow website.
Although I wasn't able to try it since I don't have a paid plan, I would still recommend you try that button and use any of our embed codes to embed your form.
However, I see that you want to achieve a somehow complicated form and I would also like to suggest you follow the advice of my colleague, Elton, from your previous thread to use your form's full source code and embed it to your Webflow website.
You may also find these web pages helpful:
I know how to embed jotform into webflow. I've already done that.
My question was, if I can really achieve what I am trying to do (mentioned in my previous thread) by using the full source code, how can i embed the full source code into my Webflow site? Is it exactly the same as the usual embedding process? If so, Webflow has a limit of character numbers, I think it was 2500. Will this be a problem?
If the Embed option would not work for you, I suggest you check the website below:
There you will be able to know how to add custom codes to your Webflow website through its Designer or Dashboard.
Copy the code from your form's builder page and paste it in the space provided for custom codes in your Webflow.