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No wonder. When using Jotform in Weebly, there is no edit button. That is why so many people are having a hard time with this. I've used Jotform in weebly since that's where my site is and that is where I create or select premade forms...Nowhere does it say, " If you'd like to edit this form, leave Weebly and go to Jotform, and as I said, if everything else can be done at weebly why would anyone think they'd have to leave to edit...especially since all the tutorials and explanations from Jotform show the same interface from jotform that I use at weebly, sans edit button.
I updated our guide to include a note regarding updating forms added through Weebly:
This may be something to bring up with Weebly as well to have them add a bit more thorough annotation.