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Aytekin Tank is the founder of JotForm. He currently leads the JotForm development team. He loves to hear from JotForm users. Feel free to shoot him an email at aytekin at


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Add JotForm to Your Weebly Site with Ease

It doesn’t get easier than using Weebly for creating websites. That’s why we’re very pleased to announce that JotForm now integrates seamlessly into your Weebly site straight from the Weebly App Center. If you enjoy spending a lot of time creating websites and arduously adding online forms, then stop reading now. JotForm and Weebly make the process far too simple.

If you haven’t tried Weebly yet, you’re in for a treat. It lets you create custom websites, online stores, or blogs with an intuitive drag-and-drop editor. It also comes with scores of themes, and gorgeous pictures to really make the site your own. It’s especially popular for small businesses, educators, and anyone else who doesn’t have the time or resources to build a website from scratch.

And now any form you’ve created with JotForm can find a permanent home on your Weebly site as well.

Some benefits of using this integration:
  • - Now your Weebly site has access to the full suite of JotForm’s integrations, including Salesforce, Dropbox, Mailchimp, PayPal, and dozens more. 
  • - Incredibly easy setup. Embedding a JotForm form onto your Weebly site is as simple as copying the form link. Any updates you make to your form will automatically be updated to the form on your Weebly site. 
  • - Weebly lets you create responsive websites, and JotForm lets you create responsive forms. As you might imagine, the two work seamlessly together on mobile devices.

Here are a few short steps to help you get started:

Find JotForm in the Weebly App Center. And then connect your accounts.

From the editor dashboard in Weebly, find the newly-connected JotForm app on the side panel and drag it into the space you want your form to show up.

Then you’ll be prompted to add a JotForm form. All you have to do is select a form from your account by clicking “Add a Form, or simply by pasting a form URL directly into the line beneath it.

And that’s all it takes! Your JotForm form is ready to grab helpful data while resting comfortably on your beautiful Weebly website. Feel free to check out this short video to help you get started as well:

Over 30 million people have created websites with Weebly since the company started a decade ago. And now those users can add powerful, customizable, fully-integrated online forms to make their sites unbeatable! 

Do you have any experience using Weebly and JotForm? Let us know in the comments!

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Aytekin Tank is the founder of JotForm. He currently leads the JotForm development team. He loves to hear from JotForm users. Feel free to shoot him an email at aytekin at

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  • rwaldenjr

    I see a lot of Form Support threads from a year ago or less talking about the difficulty people were having embedding JotForms onto Weebly pages and having them look (or act) right. I see TitusN following up on a lot of threads by touting the new (at the time) JotForm Weebly app, and asking for positive feedback.

    Well, as long as I've been using JotForm, nobody had mentioned that app. I assumed it was a lite version of the JotForm engine for people who don't have a JotForm account. I sure never heard that JotForms look different on Weebly than they do on the JotForm editor, or that JotForm's embed method renders the form differently than the app. In fact, nobody at JotForm mentioned it at all.

    So, imagine my surprise when my JotForm wouldn't render correctly in the Weebly frame, even though I was using an iFrame as I'd been instructed by JotForm's techs. I just learned from a Weebly support tech that they can't support the use of JotForm's embed code on their pages. But, when I installed my form using the app, nothing changed. Yet for some reason, the tech seemed to think it solved my problem!?!

    The bottom line is that I'm experiencing the same rendering problem as many other JotForm users who's forms look great in the JotForm editor, but blow up in Weebly's text box (inside a souce code widget). It doesn't seem to be responsive, despite having a Mobile Responsive widget installed on the form. I'd think JotForm would have corrected this problem by now, whatever it causing it. But, seems it till needs work!

  • Dan

    Hi I also use the embedded version on my website but when I try use the app it cuts off half the form. I currently don't have it up for this reason and am using the embedded version but I will share the url anyway.

    I published and viewed the page and it was still cut in half.

  • pvendetti

    I just saw another question about this but not sure I understood the answer. I just used the JotForm App on my Weebly site and it is amazing on my laptop. On my iPhone, it cuts it off so they can't finish and no submit button. On my iPad, the entire form is there but it is not in the same placement, writes on top of itself and in general, it is all there but looks bad. Thanks for your help. Glad to have this option

  • ruggieroav

    Well, I have an embedded version of a form on a client's Weebly-based website, and I decided to try the APP version on a different page - the one selected via the app does not allow me to scroll and see all the fields. It's cut off. I am sure this will be fixed eventually, but for now I'll have to stick to embedding. I am thinking that forms inserted via the APP would also render perfectly on mobile platforms if the site is viewed on a phone/tablet/ipad etc.

  • Daniel Cawthorne

    When is the app coming looks like a picked the wrong platform

  • trybedo

    I am a Weebly customer for years and use Jotform in Weebly prior to this just by embedding. It works fine. I'm not sure about how it works through the app center. If you want to use JotForm in Weebly just embed it.

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  • mmnMoreno

    Is it possible to import word documents and convert these to fillable pdfs? Or i should create tham from scratch at jthe tform app?

  • thebig3c

    This is great news! I'm a big fan of both products.

  • iwbrb07

    All this does is make a "glorified" embed link to the form. And that's not even really glorified. You still have to edit the form from jotforms. There is no customization at all. Nice try, but this doesn't even give a perceived value.

  • HermanoAmador

    Mais uma parceria fantástica. Parabéns!