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Adding a form to Weebly

Adding a form to Weebly

[Update] The JotForm app for Weebly helps you manage and add your forms to your Weebly website in a few clicks. Read more.

Embedding forms to a Weebly-hosted website is a breeze. Here's how:

1. Get the iFrame Embed code of the form. Click the "Publish" option on the top menu. Go to the "Embed" section and then click the "iFrame" option.

Click the "Copy Code" button to get the iFrame code. 

2. Open your site using Weebly's Site Editor.

3. Add "Embed Code" element to the desired page on your site.

4. Paste your form's iframe embed code in the "Custom HTML" area.

5. Click the Publish button to save the changes made to your site.

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  • Dragan

    Thanks man.

  • Samnelsonva

    Excellent!! Thanks

  • eonanupam

    In my weely website, the form is not getting integrated. I have copied and pasted all the source codes, iframe etc but nothing seems to work.

  • mytoyparty

    I have read your troubleshooting and I am still getting the Imcomplete Values even though I fill out all of the form. Any suggestions?

  • wonda

    I have been using Jotform for some time now, the great news is that Weebly is now available on Weebly App Center, integrated a form to any Weebly Website should be that much easier. Oh do checkout
    if you need a Weebly Premium Theme

  • kristaclark

    Can I make this a pop up light box instead so that people have to click it before seeing the page?

  • Ashkan

    I have an existing form on a weebly site and I have added the embedded codes from your website to the form. It appears and functions as it should but the information collected doesn't show in my email, only the weebly created fields show. Is there any way I can make the two work together or do i have to stick with one.

    Thanks in Advance!

  • Securevisauk

    We have had an embedded form in Weebly for over a year and today the page it is in is giving a security certificate error: uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is only valid for the following names:,,,, (Error code: ssl_error_bad_cert_domain)

    Thank you for your help!


  • dannyjoe

    The form looks good on my weebly site (desktop computer version), but doesn't seem to fit right on mobile. Is there anything I can do to optimize the form for mobile?

  • Anosh Pardiwalla

    Is there a way to publish the link to the form as an extension of my website, without embedding it into the weebly website?

    In essence can the form be something along the lines of WIthout having a 'join google' page on my website?

  • Anosh Pardiwalla

    COuld you advise which forms are compatible with weebly websites?

  • alzy

    Form does not send email alert on submission. Why??