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How to get the Full Source Code of your FormLast Update: March 2, 2017
Would you like to add additional text contents or any HTML Codes to your form but outside the Jotform Builder? Would you like to host the form files to your own server? If yes, then that is possible with embedding your form using our Source Codes method. Here are the steps:
1. Click the "Publish" button from the top toolbar
2. Click the "Embed" option in the Publish window.
3. Select the "Source Code" from the Embed Options
4. Click the "Copy Code" button to copy the form source codes
If you'd like to host the form files to your own server, you can download a compressed and refined version of the form with its separate CSS and JS files by clicking the "Download Source Code" button from the Publish wizard:
Note when using the Source Codes: Every time you change (add or remove fields) from your form in the form builder, you must update the form codes on your site by re-embedding the form. This is because the source codes that are currently embedded to your page are not automatically updated.
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