WordPress.com, a free blog-hosting service provider, has added support for JotForm. It is now possible to embed Jotform with WordPress.com. This is also explained in this article, WordPress.com Now Supports Jotform Forms.
Here’s a video tutorial:
To add a Jotform to a WordPress.com blog post follow these steps:
Navigate to PUBLISH > PLATFORMS > WORDPRESS.COM (blue WordPress icon).
Click the COPY CODE button then paste them on your WordPress.com page/post editor.
For the new Gutenberg editor, use the Shortcode or Custom HTML block and paste the shortcode of the form there:
If you haven’t migrated yet to Gutenberg and are using the classic editor, paste the shortcode into the HTML editor. The visual editor may sometimes cause a problem with the form:
If you have questions related to this guide, feel free to post them below.
If you are looking for some information about what opportunities you can have, check out our post on Jotform’s Custom WordPress Forms.
Note that you can also embed your online forms into your WordPress page with Jotform’s Embed Form plugin.