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JotForm Anywhere: Embed a Form Builder to Your Website Builder

March 13, 2013
Today, we are releasing a widget for website editors: JotForm Anywhere

JotForm Anywhere is a JavaScript SDK that allows any web page builder to bring all capabilities of JotForm to their users. We have a simple demo that shows how it works. You can download both client side and server side code for it here

What is great about JotForm Anywhere is that your users can create forms without leaving your web site. Have I said we have a demo


What capabilities does JotForm Anywhere currently have? 

1. Add Form
Your users can add a form to anywhere any on the page. Adding a form will launch a wizard in a modal box. Your users can select from one of the 2500+ ready made form templates or use form builder to create their form. 



2. Edit/Delete Form
Once a form is added on your editor, user can hover over the form and click on Edit button to re-launch the form builder wizard.  



3. Get Form Code
JotFormAnywhere JavaScript library returns a form code so that you can place it on the live version of the site. You can also get data such as the width/height of the form from JotFormAnywhere.



JotForm Anywhere is completely free for web page editors. Your users can have up to 100 submission/month for free without creating a JotForm account. If they go over the 100/month limit we will ask them to create a JotForm account and upgrade to Premium subscription.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, problems or suggestions. We'd be happy to assist you with integration and we can implement any additional features you might need. 



2 Comments...


   
Frans Andersson (March 13, 2013 at 09:22 AM)

Fantastic!
When will it be a wordpress plugin? would love to do all my work from wordpress.

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nopersonalive (April 03, 2013 at 12:42 AM)

A mazing


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