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Adding a Form to GoDaddy

Adding a Form to GoDaddy

GoDaddy is the world's largest domain registrar which provides web hosting, as well as a wide range of other services. This article will guide you on how to embed your form into your GoDaddy website. Please follow the steps below.

This guide is prepared to add forms to your site with GoDaddy Website Builder 7.

Step 1: Get Your Form Embed Code

1. Click on PUBLISH and open the EMBED tab.

2. Select the type of form publishing that you wish to have in your GoDaddy website.

Don't know the difference between embed codes? Check it out here.

3. Copy the code provided.

Get embed code

Step 2: Insert the Form in GoDaddy

1. Open your GoDaddy editor. Reach the page you want to insert the form on. And click on the Add Section

GoDaddy page

2. Select the HTML and Add it to your site. 

HTML section

3. Paste your embed code into the Custom Code field and click Done.

Done!

That's all!

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7 Comments...

  • PinkLink2301

    how do I link to wix.com website? when i insert the url it defaults to pdf format and not format where patient an input information.

  • Eugene Faba

    Hello, I created an artist website for Arleen Joseph on Webflow. She would like to have a form on her contact page that allows a viewer to make a comment and submit. I created the form in Webflow nut is is not configured on the GoDaddy site. Is there a way to configure it so that the form works or is there another solution. I don't want to bring this site to the webflow servers.

    Thank you.

  • Jennifer

    how to add a form on my go daddy website

  • samistaph

    I tried to embed the form to my website, but it doesn't look as neat as it is at jotform link. It looks horrible. The background half appeared, the top was black, the images were not aligned and some were missing.

    I wish I could purchase the enterprise account, but I can't afford to pay its annual charge. And you need partners for this enterprise account, and I am the only one on my start up. It's expensive for small timer starting up for an online business.

  • bryan_bryan547

    I have created a form. When I place the embed code into the HTML, it does not display my Multiple boxes section. Everything else works. It also works as a shareable link. Just no ton GoDaddy

  • paula.george

    When I follow the steps above the custom code section on my GoDaddy site says that my code exceeds the limit and the full form is not displayed. I had the entire form in there last week but needed to make a change to it, I changed a requirement on the form, copied and pasted the new code and now I am getting this error. I even went into the form and removed a section to try and shorten it but it still says it exceeds the limit. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Paula

  • BlueTails

    Not working in the older website builder. What do I do?